Internet Archive ends free e-book program, following publisher suit

The National Emergency Library is one of those well-intentioned ideas that was destined to get pushback. The brainchild of Internet Archive, the platform made north of 1.3 million books available for

Kenshō Health publicly launches its ‘antithesis of Goop’

Last year, when co-founders Danny Steiner and Krista Berlincourt debuted Kenshō Health, their directory and information service for holistic medicine, Berlincourt called it “the antithesis of G

Wiley Beefs Up Higher Ed Biz: Partners With Knewton, Buys Online Degree Veteran Deltak For $220M

<a target="_blank" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wiley_%26_Sons">John Wiley & Sons</a>, the 200-year-old publishing giant best known for its scientific, technical and medical texts and j

Guest Post: Tablets Deliver a New Business Book Mashup

As a voracious consumer of Web content since the early days (and an active blogger myself since 2004), I've found one of the most important aspects is the interactive component. When readers of conten