Month: May 2011

Free and useful and smart (for the Kindle)

Free and useful and smart (for the Kindle)

In yet another great example of how the device changes how we read, Dave Pell has announced a curated free service that delivers a few articles to your Kindle now and then. A very neat way to get updates that are longer than a tweet. Check it out.

Free eBook – No Idling: 30 stories inspired by Do the Work

Free eBook – No Idling: 30 stories inspired by Do the Work

In honor of Steven Pressfield’s Do the Work, the Domino Project Street Team brought together their collective talents to create a free eBook entitled No Idling: 30 inspiring stories from those who do the work. It’s available from the link above, and it’s free. Please use it, print it, and share it freely but please don’t…

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The paradox of the paid PDF ebook

The paradox of the paid PDF ebook

No one wants to pay for a PDF if they don’t know who wrote it and what’s in it. Without the filter and imprimatur of a publishing house, we assume the worst. Once someone knows what’s in it, they probably don’t want to pay for it (why should they, they already know what it says).…

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The audience for your book…

The audience for your book…

Are you publishing for your fans? If so, do you have enough to justify the effort? Do you have a way of reaching them? Is there a better vehicle than a book for reaching your goal? Are you publishing so your fans will have something to recommend to their friends? Is it in a form…

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