librarian2librarian:

The book reader of the future (April, 1935 issue of Everyday Science and Mechanics)
The iPad of 1935

librarian2librarian:

The book reader of the future (April, 1935 issue of Everyday Science and Mechanics)

The iPad of 1935

Reblogged from Bibliotheque 2.0
Information Storage in the Digital Age [infographic]

Information Storage in the Digital Age [infographic]

Who Loves eReaders? [infographic]

Who Loves eReaders? [infographic]

thekindlemonologues:

calimae:

Popular e-Book Formats & Readers

Kindles also read .TXT and .Doc formats. Perhaps not super popular, but worth knowing.
And if you’re prepared to “tinker” with the Firmware? They’ll also read epubs. Granted not DRM protected epubs, but regular DRM free epubs? They work a charm.
[I’d also argue that the Kobo ecosystem being missing is strange, as I’m sure their marketshare is higher than that of Windows 7 / Phone.]

Some notes on the graphic I just posted (as a non-user of ereaders, I can’t speak to the accuracy of the graphic or the comments).

thekindlemonologues:

calimae:

Popular e-Book Formats & Readers

Kindles also read .TXT and .Doc formats. Perhaps not super popular, but worth knowing.

And if you’re prepared to “tinker” with the Firmware? They’ll also read epubs. Granted not DRM protected epubs, but regular DRM free epubs? They work a charm.

[I’d also argue that the Kobo ecosystem being missing is strange, as I’m sure their marketshare is higher than that of Windows 7 / Phone.]

Some notes on the graphic I just posted (as a non-user of ereaders, I can’t speak to the accuracy of the graphic or the comments).

Reblogged from The Kindle Monologues
Popular e-Book Formats & Readers

Popular e-Book Formats & Readers

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