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Bookrageous Episode 50; E-Books Revisited
Intro Music; 21st Century Digital Boy by Bad Religion
What We’re Reading
[1:20] Gulp, Mary Roach, April 2 2013
[2:55] An Armenian Sketchbook, Vassily Grossman
[4:00] Rise of the Videogame Zinesters, Anna Anthropy
[7:05] Ivyland, Miles Klee
[8:05] I Can Barely Take Care of Myself, Jen Kirkman, April 16 2013
[11:55] Refuge, Terry Tempest Williams
[13:35] American Childhood, Annie Dillard
[18:20] Vampires in the Lemon Grove, Karen Russell
[20:35] His Dark Materials, Philip Pullman
Intermission; Hotline by Jasper Byrne
Prior conversation: Episode 17: e-reading, April 2011
[27:10] Update: Kobo app does not work on Nook tablet, sorry Rebecca!
[27:35] Note on shopping Kobo via indies: Make sure you’re creating your account through either a dedicated link from the bookstore or through their website!
[34:30] The Largely Irrational Reasons I’m Not Ready to Go All-Digital, Amanda Nelson (Book Riot)
[41:35] Dave Eggers on ebooks
[46:05] Perdido Street Station, China Mieville
[48:50] Waltzing the Cat, Pam Houston
[51:15] TURRIBLE digital formatting (OR Books)
[55:50] Down with DRM!
[59:55] The Selected Works of TS Spivet, Reif Larsen (app)
[1:00:30] How to Cook Everything, Mark Bittman (app)
[1:01:10] The Elements, Theodore Gray (app)
[1:09:20] Further proof that e-books do, in fact, cost money to produce, MobyLives (Melville House)
Outro; 21st Century Digital Boy by Bad Religion
Bookrageous Book Club Pick: She, by H. Rider Haggard (available at used bookstores and from Project Gutenberg)
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