E-books have been popular for over ten years now (the first Amazon Kindle came out November 7, 2007), which makes page count obsolete when judging the length of a book, but bookstores continue using page count when it come to e-books. As any publisher can tell you, there are many ways to play with the … More The Word Count Doesn’t Lie
I thought about the Family Plan before and didn’t like the idea that you had to associate one credit/debit card for everybody in your family group to use for purchases. I still don’t like that idea, but I guess it makes you think twice about who to include. Although the card thing kept me away … More Google Family Plan Redux
I’ve always seen Goodreads as a poorly designed web site with a very active reading community with a lot to offer…if you search through the menus. A part of the reason for the sloppiness is that Goodreads does a lot more than keep a database of the books you’ve read. Goodreads allows people to push … More Thoughts on Goodreads
While driving over the Mount Hope Bridge.