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Part 2 of this post is now online: Why Would Someone Write A Book That Gives Away Their Secrets?
On the basis of this market research and his quirky insight, Preston Marsh founded 3Coins, Inc, and began an intensive six month research and development program.
Around the mid-1970s, a small cabal of serious baseball card collectors grew wise to the fact that their cards had become valuable.
As the pace of change accelerates and the volume of information explodes, we’re under great pressure to connect just in time with the people and ideas we need to thrive.
The San Francisco Bay Area’s small bookbinderies are struggling amid the weak economy and spread of digital publishing.
Stephen Key lives the life that many of my readers dream of: he develops ideas for new products, licenses them out, collects royalty checks, and doesn’t look back.
Ebooks are coming of age – for many reasons.
On Saturday, David Streitfeld of The New York Times released The Best Book Reviews Money Can Buy, a story detailing the meteoric rise and subsequent fall of Jason Rutherford’s paid book review service, a business that, in its heyday, grossed $28,000 per month.
Glenn Croston, Ph.D.