With a library card, an internet connection, and an e-reader, you can start reading the book right away without ever leaving your house.There are two ways to read your borrowed book: Directly in the Libby app, or on any Kindle device.
Last week, the World Health Organization decided against declaring the coronavirus outbreak an international health emergency in part because the disease seemed to only be spreading through people who had been to Wuhan, China.
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Microsoft’s Ebook Apocalypse, Facebook Drug Ads, and More News. It turns out you don't actually own your ebooks; those "Hims" and "Hers" ads you always see are against the rules; and WIRED took a look at the importance of photographing women in sports.
Presumably not many people purchased ebooks from Microsoft; that’s why it’s pulling the plug in the first place. More than anything, Microsoft’s ebook rapture underscores the hidden dangers of the DRM system that underpins most digital purchases.
More than a year and a half after some MacBook owners began vociferously complaining about broken MacBook keyboards, Apple is making what it says is a material change in the keyboards in its high-end MacBook Pro laptops.
Goodnight Stories didn’t emerge spontaneously, though; they began to test it, six months before launching their now famed Kickstarter campaign, using the simplest of internet technologies: email.Crucial Tech for an Author: EmailIn 2014, The New York Times had 6.5 million subscribers to its email newsletters.
We're still hungry, though—more than ever!—and these are the books that reflect our appetites.We Fed An Island: The True Story of Rebuilding Puerto Rico, One Meal at A TimeBy José Andrés with Richard Wolffe (Anthony Bourdain Books/Ecco)Ecco PressThe most important food book of 2018 doesn't contain a single recipe or talk about technique.