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They're the first people I always check if I'm thinking of going somewhere," said Heather DeLong, a Winter Springs college student who admits she hadn't heard of the airline before this summer. But a flight to Roanoke, Va. bought for less than $150
The early adopters all piled in, but there weren't many others following. A major price drop would be needed for e-books to recover their former trajectory. Three years ago it seemed a no-brainer: the e-book would kill the printed book. I joined the
Video Video Video Such books can bring the urgency of a manifesto. They can provide literary sustenance without the commitment a thick tome demands. And, properly designed, they stoke a fetish for tiny, perfect, collectible objects...It's a nod to
Garcelle Beauvais is fed up with individuals of multiple races having to choose sides. The actress speaks out about cultural battles during her latest interview with The Voice , using Tiger Woods as an example of what should not happen in society.
Auckland service now has more than 40,000 free digital titles to read and listen to The public service now has more than 40,000 eBooks and eAudio book titles in its collection that can be downloaded free on to members' devices. Auckland Libraries has
Eckankar announces a new book that answers key questions and validates spiritual experiences. Author Anne Archer Butcher shares edge-of-seat details about daily miracles, out-of-body experiences, and how inner guidance has saved her life.
Bookish at heart and slow to adapt to an e-book world by janet silver ghent While visiting the Contemporary Jewish Museum with our 5-year-old grandson, Ryan, for a program on Arnold Lobel's Frog and Toad books, I recalled my lifelong love affair with
Story There is some sociological value to the investigation, too: It is on the subway that one sees answers to mysterious questions...The freckled 35-year-old businessman with the squash racquet, that's who...The odorous lady with all her belongings
Today, author Charlie Stross, from this month's book club selection, joined us for a Q&A , where he filled us his thoughts on how new writers get traction, the skyrocketing of ebook sales (from 1% to 50% of his sales in the last five years), and gave
Now the Show-Me-State has scored a spot on another national list, this time for more wholesome reasons. The travel book publisher Lonely Planet has put Kansas City in the No...Where does Santa Claus learn to chortle "Ho, ho, ho!" and listen to the