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Abilify For Sale, In this trendwatching podcast, Nora Young talks about Vook.com, a plan for combining the text-based experience of reading with video, links to your social media, etc (via Springwise).  Decline of reading or the future of magazines and books on tablet computers.

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  1. Thanks for discussing the Vook in your post. You raised a lot of interesting questions! In particular, you wavered between wanting to be able to see something demonstrated (i.e in a cook book) but also wanting to have a sustained narrative. With Vooks, you can choose whether to watch mixed view, just text, or just video. There is a way to get all the information without the feeling of constant disruption. Can't guarantee that everyone the ADD age will choose to go this route, but it's always neat to think about different learning styles. Thanks!

  2. This is in relation to what you guys were talking about a few months back, with the idea of independent video stores and bookstores having 'curators':

    What I think should come into existence is the ability to buy your digital book, or music, or VOOK, from a local bookseller. I mean, you go to Amazon.com and go through *every book ever published*. Unless you're very good with keyword searches, how are you ever going to come across material you may be interested in but don't yet know about, the way you do in a small book or music store? I think it would be cool to be able to go into, say, a bookshop, browse through the stacks, look through the book itself, then buy it *from the bookshop*. They could have a database and be able to upload it to your device. You still get to encounter books you my otherwise not see, and support small bookstores. )Plus, you'll have the opportunity to buy it in real book form, you know, the kind you can actually love and which shows the effects of your affection? That kind of book. I'll put it this way for the bibliophiles out there: You can't buy used e-books!)

  3. I think that Liquid is onto a good idea. Bookmooch is the book barter system founded by Magnatune's John Buckman. The bookmooch model features in part the idea of using a search engine to hunt books being given away in the bookmooch world, but with a fallback to order from amazon. I could imagine a used bookstore which either had your book (and your curation and your ideal cup of mint tea) but also offered an on-line ordering experience to stay one-stop. How to make the economics come out right? I'm not sure.

    I am fine with social media that tries to encourage and monetize reading as one leg of a multi-media experience. But I don't plan to get my e-reader any time soon, and when i do get it, it will not be from a closed system such as ipad or kindle. I don't fear the reaper of the portable multi-media experience as the supposed Seventh Seal which checkmates reading, as this kind of fear accompanied the advent of radio and of TV, and really did not have the feared impact.

    3D is cool, but used books are better.

  4. Liquid, I think your comment about small, indies is spot on, in terms of the curatorial role they play. I think a lot of people aren't aware that big book chains charge publishers to be on the display tables. They may look like 'recommendations', but they're not. I would totally do that with digital versions of cultural products.

  5. Hey Liquid, I think that would be SO cool. The chance to go to a local bookstore and browse through the ebooks and real ones and hang out and chat. I went straight from small bookstores (This Ain't the Rosedale Library) directly to betterworldbooks.com where I now buy all of my books. I jumped over the superstore except for one title two years ago.

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