Posted on 29th May 2010 at 11:21 by Joe Martin with 21 comments
I’m a big believer in eBooks, not just because I think that’s inevitably the future of publishing in the same way that digital distribution is the future of the games industry, but also because there’s something that just appeals to me about eReaders themselves. It probably comes from watching too much Star Trek as a kid.
Don’t get me wrong – I’m not saying that conventional books are obsolete and I’m not saying that within two years we’ll have be carrying Kindles in our backpockets. I still buy 99.9 percent of my books in their traditional format, just like I still buy games on discs every now and then, but I do recognise digital formats as the future.
Anyway, one of my most recent sources of digitally digested delight has been Wikibooks. They are awesome.
Posted on 29th Jan 2010 at 16:57 by Podcast with 7 comments
The hardware podcast kicks off 2010 belatedly, but with over 55 minutes of hardcore hardware chat. Alex, Clive and Antony discuss everything the major since our last hardware pod in November 2009.
Intel's cancelled Larrabee
, but launched the first CPUs with integrated graphics
, but are there clouds on the horizon for x86?