Articles from June 2006

The Joy Of Being A Hack

June 5th, 2006 · 3 Comments

I’ve spent the day at camp in 90 degree plus heat with 12 first graders. While I should be cooling off with something like an ice bath, I checked my e-mail first. Someone forwarded me the wikipedia entry on hack writers. You know what…I am one. Yes!! Hack writer – From Wikipedia

File Under: Jill's First Blog

More On Google; We Never Rest

June 4th, 2006 · 6 Comments

As we all know, it is BS policy to right wrongs, protect truth, justice, and whatnot, and set people straight when they are confused. Our tasks are humble, but we perform them with dignity. Thus we find ourselves delving deep into the comment section of a recent post by the Publishing Contrarian*. We have, over […]

File Under: The Future of Publishing

Harlequin Books Vice-President Begins New Blog

June 2nd, 2006 · 2 Comments

Wouldn’t You Like To Know…is a new blog for Isabel Swift, a member of Harlequin’s New Business Development team. There’s an interesting mix of what’s new at Harlequin and her own personal insights. For instance she shares her experiences at the BEA as well as information on Harlequin’s On The Goâ„¢ (HOTGo) program. Wouldn’t You […]

File Under: Jill's First Blog · Publishers and Editors

Ebooks, Ebooks Everywhere…

June 2nd, 2006 · Comments Off on Ebooks, Ebooks Everywhere…

As our faithful readers know, we have been strong supporters of Project Gutenberg — Gutenberg’s mission is to digitize public domain books and make them available for general usage. This volunteer-driven effort still seems to fly under most radars, but we will happily admit to utilizing this service frequently. From July 4 through August 4, […]

File Under: The Future of Publishing