Sunday, April 26, 2009


(title unknown) via The Reader's Advisor Online Blog by Cindy Orr on 4/12/09

Digital Future*Tim O’Reilly, the founder of O’Reilly Publishing, predicts that the Amazon Kindle electronic book reader will be gone in two years if Amazon does not make changes so that the content can be read on other devices.

Rumor has it that Barnes and Noble is working on an ebook reader of its own.

Protestors marched outside the headquarters of The Author’s Guild, which recently convinced Amazon to remove text-to-speech capablities form its Kindle reader, demanding that the robotic voices be put back so that disabled readers could use the device too.

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