Thursday 28th May 2015


 

Archive for December, 2010

'Twas the Night Before Christmas: the story remains King

The lesson to learn from the apps listed here is that the story remains king and no matter how much interaction becomes accessible to us, the words form the script that the images follow.

The Novel is not under threat from technology

The Novel (capital T, capital N) is not under threat from this technology.

What They Speak

One interesting new arrival is an iPad/iPhone app called What They Speak When They Speak to Me. When you open the iPad version it consists of a black screen with white(ish) letters of the alphabet swimming around and little else. It is a pleasing artwork in its own right.

Digital helps to shape The Bookseller 100

You can see the increasing importance of digital publishing by taking a look at The Bookseller 100 , the definitive list of the most influential people in the UK book trade.

Sharing the process of developing the Eagleman iPad app

“The truth is that Apple will take meetings with Canongate, but they’re not going to chat to PopLeaf.”

Showcase

  • The Literary Platform RSS feed The Literary Platform Facebook Fan Page The Literary Platform Twitter Feed The Literary Platform LinkedIn Profile The Literary Platform Google Plus account Contact The Literary Platform by email

Welcome!

The Literary Platform magazine covers current thinking about books and technology and innovative projects that blend the two. TLP Collective also works across both sectors to deliver interesting digital projects - visit www.tlpcollective.com

  • Read about the Literary Platform here »
  • Contact the Literary Platform here »

Join our mailing list for regular updates:


 

News

New research into Chinese publishing landscape

With wide-ranging social media, vast potential readerships, and innovative new literature models, China offers an overlooked yet increasingly attractive market more »

Publishers at Risk of Becoming Culturally Irrelavant

The publishing industry’s poor commitment to diversity, lack of senior Black Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) professionals and over-reliance on unpaid internships is putting it at risk of becoming culturally irrelevant, claims a new study launched today.

TLP helps kick off London Book Fair’s virtual conference

The London Book Fair launches its first social media conference this year to focus on trends in global publishing, ahead more »