A 3D scan of myself, done in just 3-4 minutes by a 3D Systems employee using their tablet-based scanner.
American Libraries Magazine
One of the largest areas at CES, and easily the most impressive, is the Central Hall where major TV manufacturers set up their most compelling displays for people to ogle.
One of the fastest-growing areas in consumer electronics is home automation. It’s not a straightforward category, but more of an overarching term used to describe technologies that create some form of automation for everyday events or needs.
Attached is the first price comparison for ebooks (PDF file) of the new year. A few things stand out:
A quick walk and talk through the madness that is CES Unveiled, the official media event of the International CES, where the press can find “the latest products in one room and get a preshow look at what will
I have been attending and reporting on the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) now for five years running, and one of the benefits of having done it for a few years is that you get a feel for the ebbs and flows of the trends in consumer electronics.
Beth Bacon, vice president of content management at Seattle publishing platform Booktrope, posted a piece December 30, 2013, on the idea of libraries as ebookstores.
New Year’s week was a good time for me to catch up on work (or at least attempt to become less behind!). Accordingly, there are a few recent developments and upcoming events involving the Digital Content and Libraries Working Group (DCWG) that I’d like to highlight here.
Kate DiCamillo will be inaugurated the 2014–2015 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature in a ceremony at the Library of Congress on January 10.
The new Chicago Public Library (CPL) website will feel more like Amazon.com than the current website, allowing patrons to create book lists, write reviews, and share content with friends.