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Tablets Are Money Spinners, But Less Than 5% Use Them Today

(paidcontent.org): Of all the wireless devices that have hit the market in the past several years, tablets present the biggest commercial opportunity for media owners, in terms of what consumers are willing to pay for and consume on the devices. But for now, that opportunity is, at best, a mid-to-long-term one. Research from Nielsen-being presented for the first time today at the paidContent Mobile conference-shows that today, more than 95 percent of consumers have yet to buy one.
   
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Brand, Context, and Containers: Publishing Into and Across the Digital Network

(scholarlykitchen.sspnet.org): As scholarly communications begins to move into new areas - into author-pays open access repositories, into linked data, into ebooks with embedded video, into short-form works - the argument for thinking of each product on its own, as a stand-alone product, diminishes. The strategy for maintaining economic control of the various products and services as they participate fully in Web interactions is to assert the brand everywhere, creating a marketing network that parallels the underlying technical network of the Internet.
   
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Lack of E-books on UK Bestseller List Causes Problems

(publishingperspectives.com): In a convincing post at The Bookseller, Scott Pack, publisher of The Friday Project, an imprint of HarperCollins, notes that the lack of e-book sales integration into the UK bestseller lists cases a "whole host of problems," not the least of which is that it might undermine a books ability to hit the list. Until recently, e-book sales in the UK were relatively modest, but they are growing significantly.
   
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Should eBooks Restrict Your Ability To Copy&Paste?

(mediabistro.com): Should publishers restrict your ability to copy and paste highlighted sections in your favorite eBook? After underlining 25 passages in a brilliant Kindle book this weekend, this GalleyCat editor received a "Clipping Limit Exceeded" message and could not view (nor share) online the highlights he made inside a $13 eBook.
   
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Gartner: E-text use almost par with print

(gmanews.tv): The time that people spend reading on a digital screen is now almost equal to the time spent reading text printed on paper, according to a recent survey by research firm Gartner. The huge majority of tablet and iPad users say they find screen reading either easier than reading printed text (52 percent) or about the same (42 percent).
   
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