- Digital Subscription Prices — the NY Times in context. Aie.
- Trinity — Microsoft Research graph database. (via Hacker News)
- Data Science Toolkit — prepackaged EC2 image of most useful data tools. (via Pete Warden)
- Snappy — Google’s open sourced compression library, as used in BigTable and MapReduce. Emphasis is on speed, with resulting lack of quality in filesize (20-100% bigger than zlib).
ENTRIES TAGGED "subscriptions"
The third in a series looking at the major themes of this year's TOC conference.
Several overriding themes permeated this year's Tools of Change for Publishing conference. The third in a series looking at five major themes, here we look at monetization in publishing, including subscription/access models, freemium, and ad-based models.
How advertising and freemium apply to books.
Recent analysis of the New York Times' online paywall has put emphasis on advertising and the freemium model. Book publishers may not realize it, but those same things can also apply to their content products.
Apple enforces its new app rules, World Book Night goes global, and publishing needs to be more entrepreneurial.
B&N, Amazon and Google had to scurry as Apple began enforcing its new in-app rules, the U.S. jumped on board for World Book Night 2012, and Todd Sattersten showed publishers what they can learn from tech startups.
Improving ebook note tools, ask for data and you'll get it, the ABA partners with On Demand Books
Pete Meyers suggests ways to improve ebook note-taking tools, publishers can actually get consumer data from Apple, and the American Booksellers Association wants its member stores to have Espresso Book Machines.
Digital Subscriptions, Graph Database, Data Science, and High Speed Compression
App Store policy makes developers see red, Ubuntu may have a black heart, and a look at the blue content in git commits.
Coming up on the Week in Review: Revolt of the App Store developers, Ubuntu's innocence lost, and a report we swear you'll like.
Subscription competition could yield one good thing: lower price points.
Apple may have a lion's share of the tablet and app markets now, but new competition may create a more level playing field.
The American Chemical Society gets recognized for its app, Bloomsbury changes focus on rights, and the tablet wars flare up
In this week's edition of Publishing News: The American Chemical Society's slick mobile app gets recognized, Bloomsbury ditched its territory structure, and HP took aim at Apple with its TouchPad tablet and publisher-friendly subscription policies.
As Apple ruffles feathers, HP's TouchPad -- and some of its subscription terms -- are unveiled
HP is squaring up against Apple with its new TouchPad tablet and new subscription terms with Time Inc.
iRex Technologies scores scores of newspapers for its new iLiad e-reader. From E-Reads: Digitally delivered news is gaining momentum and as we turn the corner to 2009 it's gotten a rocket boost from the Dutch firm iRex Technologies, which announced it has made a deal with NewspaperDirect to deliver 800 newspapers on iRex's Digital Reader 1000 … The iRex/NewspaperDirect…