Stop Press for March 24th

March 25, 2011

  • Apps no more, enhanced e-books not selling, non-fiction growing | FutureBook Simon & Schuster's Carolyn Reidy: "On e-books, she said sales were now 15% to 20% of units, but might be as much as 50% in the first few weeks of a bestseller. Interestingly, non-fiction is also now catching up. The enhanced e-book market, as suspected, is "not very strong", and S&S has pulled its apps programme completely."
  • Think Quarterly Google make a UK-based magazine… book… thing. About data. Unclear if there's a physical counterpart, available or not.

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