An overview from the panel at the Mashable Media Summit, with some interesting insight from the FT and Google.
A really good rundown of a talk given by Stephen Pinches about the ft.com, from the ever insightful Martin Belham.
Craig Mod builds upon his excellent talk given at this years Books in Browsers.
Ars Technica have a fascinating article on how 10 years ago four Microsoft engineers predicted DRM would fail.
Last week Tor Books announced that it would be going DRM-free on all its ebooks over the next three months. This means that the technology which controls the use of content will be removed. For Tor authors, who are generally a tech-savvy bunch, there is a strong sense that DRM inhibits committed fans using legitimately-purchased ebooks in perfectly legal ways, like moving them from one kind of e-reader to another. For readers, DRM can be seen as an irritant which makes ebooks less portable and flexible than printed books.Read More