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Archive for February, 2011

The Three Little Pigs – A 3-D Fairy Tale

So why did Nosy Crow use such a well-known tale for their inaugural app? When downloading music for the first time, didn’t we all experiment first with bands and artists we already knew and loved?

The Jane Austen Project is born…

Each week’s chapter is also going to be posted on the project website and on www.AustenAuthors.com on Sunday.

The physical book as souvenir

The real point though, to quote John Major, is that when our backs are to the wall we need to turn around and come out fighting.

My CriBaby app

The app takes this central premise and gives the user a ‘virtual baby’ to look after. Once downloaded, the app asks you to choose the sex of your baby and give it a name; mine was ‘Billyboy’.

Profile Books and Cognician announce interactive book

Profile Books and award winning start-up Cognician have teamed up to produce an interactive way of making decisions based on more »

Granta Magazine available on Kindle

Granta has released its first issue on Kindle – Granta 113: The Best of Young Spanish-Language Novelists. “There are huge more »

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