Sunday Drive Getaways, our new eBook is out! If you are living or planning to travel near San Francisco, this book is such a great resource. While editing it I wanted to run off and visit many of the great … Continue reading →
Sierra Crossing: a photo adventure story With the fixed-layout feature supported by the iBookstore, you can carry a coffee table book in your back pack- or your pocket. Our newest book Sierra Crossing: The epic trip you can do in … Continue reading →
We love books. At home several of our walls are covered with book shelves. So is my parents living room wall. We own several thousand physical books. I grew up going to the library every week, reading a book a day … Continue reading →
Thoughts on ebooks triggered by the appointment of Andrew Savikas as CEO of Safari Books Online
July 24, 2011 – 12:32pm — birdie From the Boston Globe: As the digitization of human culture accelerates, publishers and academics have had to begin addressing a basic question: Who will control knowledge in the future? So far, the most … Continue reading →
From Liz Castro at Pigs, Gourds, and Wikis Tall Screen Video on iPad, iPhone, and NOOK Color One of my greatest challenges as a technology writer is to keep my eyes wide open and continue to be able to see … Continue reading →
Readers Love Free Ebooks But Not Piracy Bibliotastic co-founder Bernard Gerard noted, “As a survey of users on a free ebook website it is not surprising that most cited free ebook sites as their main source of ebooks in the … Continue reading →
We are a start-up electronic publishing concern, with a great set of titles in the works and coming soon. Stay tuned.