'But what makes VQR really smart these days is that they have seen the future of magazines, and that future is “EPUB.” EPUB is the current standard for ebooks, or more precisely, the “format for reflowable digital books and publications.”'
iPad owners, rejoice!
"If the 20 Under 40 list has you spooked, never fear–82-year-old novelist Myrrha Stanford-Smith has landed a book deal for a trilogy about the relationship between the great writers William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe. After working her whole life as an actor and acting teacher, Stanford-Smith wrote her first novel late in life."
Yessss! I'll never be under 40 again, but maybe I'll make it to 82.
"Let’s see if we can guess why so many readers find conventional journalistic writing bloated and dull. Here is a typical lead to a recent news story: In the wake of the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression, congressional negotiators completed work Friday on landmark legislation that dramatically expands the government’s oversight of the financial industry."
Huh? What? Sorry, I fell asleep there for a minute. Check out the rest of John McIntyre's column to see why your morning paper sends you right back to bed.
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