Three BWB Texts from Bridget Williams Books

With the prospect of a stormy weekend ahead of me I decided it was the perfect time to delve into three delightfully short books I recently received from Bridget Williams Books. The predicted storm never really materialised but it still provided me with the perfect excuse to read these small gems from the BWB Texts […]

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I have a confession… and here it is

It’s time to come clean. I’ve been fooling you all for a while. Well, not so much fooling you, as just not ‘fessing up. I am now, officially, a converted lover of e-readers. Not just any e-reader, oh no, the Kindle Paperwhite. It…is…awesome. It is 1NTERESTOMG*. And it really is. I started my conversion quietly, […]

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Digital State: How the Internet is Changing Everything, edited by Simon Pont

Digital State: How the Internet is Changing Everything, written and edited by Simon Pont, Kogan Page, ISBN9780749468859, RRP $42.99, June 2013. As many pages as there is on the internet, there is an equal amount of pages spent dissecting, analysing, reminiscing and predicting what the internet is, where it’s going and how it’s “changing everything”. […]

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HarperCollins Titles Now Available on the iBookstore in New Zealand

Just through from HarperCollins NZ… AUCKLAND, New Zealand — 24 October 2012 — HarperCollins today announced that thousands of its local and international catalogue of titles are now available on the iBookstore. This includes New Zealand classics such as Tamar by Deborah Challinor, He’ll be Okay by Celia Lashlie, Before Your Kids Drive You Crazy, Read […]

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