The link below is to an article that takes a look at Google Go and how it now reads websites.
If there’s one word that sums up where most media entities are focused for the future, it’s “mobile” — almost every news service and website is looking to mobile because that’s where the younger users are, and therefore that’s where the growth is. In fact, NowThis just finished getting rid of its website altogether because it said there was no purpose in having one.
Flipboard, however, is doing the exact opposite: On Tuesday, the company said it is finally embracing the web by launching a full-featured site that not only reproduces what the app offers, but builds on top of it.
So why is Flipboard going in the opposite direction to everyone else? Co-founder and CEO Mike McCue said there’s a simple answer, which is that Flipboard was mobile before almost anyone else — in fact, the app was one of the first to show the real possibilities of the…
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The link below is to an article that reports on the latest update to the free audiobook website LibriVox.
The link below is to an article that takes a look at the new Penguin Australia website for teens – ‘Penguin Teen Australia.’
The link below is to an article that lists 11 things that should be part of an author’s website.
The link below is to a page on The Guardian’s website that is concerned with putting together a collection of books for a child’s library. Well worth a look I think.
The link below is to an article that looks at reasons why a Facebook page can’t replace an author’s website.
The link below is to an article that looks at some beautiful book author websites.
The link below is to a post by Marco Arment on his website concerning the sale of Instapaper.
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