Posts Tagged ‘e-reader’

Looks like a victory for Open Source movement?

In Cyberculture on October 28, 2009 at 20:17

The White House switch to open source: Tim O’Reilly’s thoughts

from Boing Boing by Xeni Jardin

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Over the weekend, the White House new media team announced (via AP) that now runs on the open source content management system Drupal. Tim O’Reilly puts this news into context:

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Yet another e-reader- QUE

In Journalism on October 20, 2009 at 16:11

I have been preparing myself for e-reader age by downloading entire books and many articles everyday. In the mean time, I am looking and waiting for the proper model to begin with. Editors Weblog introduces QUE…

Meet ‘QUE’, Plastic Logic’s soon to be launched e-reader

from Editors Weblog – all postings by Jennifer Lush

que.jpgThe buzz surrounding Plastic Logic‘s highly anticipated e-reader was renewed yesterday with the release of an official name for the device, and more importantly, an official launch date.

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I want an e-reader!

In Cyberculture on September 24, 2009 at 21:15
iRex Digital Reader 1000S

iRex Digital Reader 1000S

iRex has released a new e-reader. Last December I was too close to buy Amazon’s Kindle but because of Christmas time it was all sold out and I got back from US without much dreamed Kindle. Since then I haven’t been thinking about e-readers but a reader friendly e-reader will make my days, I know.

E-Readers: An eco-friendly way to secure the future of newspapers?

by Jennifer Lush

E-readers have had somewhat hesitant popularity to date. There is a clear interest in the developing technology, but steep price tags ($399 for a Sony Reader, $489 for a Kindle DX) have meant that they haven’t exactly taken off.

Notable readings on web-related issues:

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