Thursday, August 12, 2010

"Pete Hamill, Print Holdout, Goes Direct to E-Book" -

This is likely to be a great book and the whole process - because of HAMMILL - will be well worth any price of admission.

This is a non-fiction book that will have a lot of facts in it. I wonder to what extent the publisher and HAMMILL will include useful links for the engaged reader who wants to "do" something, or explore something, while reading or after completing the book? In other words, empower the reader to use what she/he learns to "do" something more that makes the book part of an eternal research project in a way that simply makes it easier to do, and therefore more likely to be done?

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