News by Peter Derk April 7, 2015
Salman Rushdie. Confused old man or book-world hero?
News by Peter Derk March 13, 2015
The new Rocketbook Notebook is the perfect solution for digitizing and then microwaving your notes. You read that right.
News by Peter Derk March 6, 2015
Draftback lets a writer watch her entire process, from A to...whichever letter ends the piece.
Review by Joshua Chaplinsky
A guide to the extreme present. The internet in book form.
Column by Christopher Shultz January 30, 2015
While not designed specifically for us wordsmiths, these five apps for iOS and Android are handy for writers.
A Generation of People Shunned Standards in Writing and Journalism...You Won't BELIEVE What Happened Next!Column by John Jarzemsky December 19, 2014
The Internet has given everybody a voice, but are we being conscientious enough about the way we're talking to one another?
News by Peter Derk
Neal Stephenson is working to make 'Snow Crash' A Reality.
News by Peter Derk August 28, 2014
Sparkup is a new gadget that lets you record yourself reading a book aloud and then plays your voice back as pages are turned.
Column by Dean Fetzer August 20, 2014
From scratchings on clay tablets to modern paper, humans have been writing things down for thousands of years — how is technology changing the way our thoughts and creations reach the world?
News by Peter Derk August 15, 2014
Tom Hanks releases Hanx Writer, an app that attempts to mimic a typewriter on your iPad.
Column by Rob Blair Young June 23, 2014
I look at the world of digital-era dystopia and give my theory on why this sub-genre has seen so much success over the last few years.
Column by Christopher Shultz February 20, 2014
The technological revolution, or the good old clickety-clack of keys? Are we at a point where built-in tablet keyboards out-perform their physical counterparts? Let's find out.
Column by Naturi Thomas-Millard February 18, 2014
eReaders isolate us, impoverish our lives, and are like going on a date with Dan Brown. Allow me to explain...
Column by John Jarzemsky February 13, 2014
Online dating is becoming less and less stigmatized, but it can be a daunting task. Fear not! This guide will teach you how to not come off like an angry loser or creep, in a matter of minutes!
News by Christopher Shultz January 20, 2014
All the gadgets, accessories, software and apps that make your writing life easier (hopefully).
News by Nathan Scalia
eBooks are reading the readers by collecting data over reading habits. How is this changing the writing landscape?
News by Dean Fetzer December 27, 2013
A supplier in Taiwan may well have leaked news of Amazon’s new device after taking orders for components that would tie Kindle — and other functionality — directly into your phone.
News by Dean Fetzer
The radio station’s new Concierge app has been used to compile a list of most searched tags and the results are a surprise — readers are looking for great writing and sex.
News by Dean Fetzer November 7, 2013
The Los Angeles based company, founded by Yahoo! veteran Valla Valkili, will close on the 25th of November if it can’t find an investor.
News by Dean Fetzer November 1, 2013
In a ‘it’s-about-time’ decision by the FAA, the restrictions on using electronic devices when a plane is about to take off or land have been lifted.
News by Dean Fetzer October 25, 2013
The novelist is at it again, sticking his oar in about digital media — he shared his views in a recent interview.
News by Dean Fetzer October 22, 2013
A report in the Boston Globe says that kids growing up with the digital technology of tablets and smartphones “are having a problem learning how to use QWERTY keyboards”.
News by Dean Fetzer October 16, 2013
The science fiction, horror and fantasy writer recently posted a well-reasoned manifesto arguing against the continued use of the defacto word processing tool in the publishing industry.
News by Dean Fetzer October 15, 2013
A new technology launched this week is behind ‘The Craftsman’, part movie, part game, part book — and you’re the main character.
News by Christopher Shultz
App developers gained access to HarperCollins OpenSource API in a competition to "break the binding" of traditional reading experiences.