Who reads ebooks, where do they get them, and what are they reading? Our surveying of digital readers tells all.
How big is the book piracy issue and what can publishers do to protect their titles?
This month's podcast looks back at some of the highlights from Tech Forum and ebookcraft 2018.
We're taking the digital temperature of the Canadian book publishing industry for the fifth consecutive year and we need your data!
In this month's podcast, we're diving deep into some practical steps you can take towards creating born-accessible digital content.
In this thought-provoking podcast we hear from Teresa Elsey, Digital Managing Editor at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, about the challenges and questions that arise when books turn into software and ebooks don't go away after you've made them.
Laura Brady of Brady Type joins the BookNet podcast to talk all about accessible ebooks.
Take a peek inside the messy code our So You Think You Can Code contestants had to deal with, and winner Rebecca Springer's ingenious solutions that led to the win.
Is there value for readers in bundling print and digital into one readable package? You wanted to know, so we asked a reader!
September 18th is International Read an eBook Day and we are celebrating the only way we know how: with copious amounts of research!