The Economics Of Electronic Content: If the e-content falters or is under-par, it will not translate into a sustainable business model

The Economics Of Electronic Content: If the e-content falters or is under-par, it will not translate into a sustainable business model

( “PubSpeak” My column on publishing in BusinessWorld online. 22 March 2013) few weeks ago educational researcher and professor of Educational Technology at Newcastle University,
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“Of mothers and others” edited by Jaishree Misra

“Of mothers and others” edited by Jaishree Misra

“of mothers and others: stories, essays and poems” This is a collection of essays, some fiction and some poetry published in support of Save the
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Kancha Ilaiah on “Why I am not a Hindu”  (From Stree Samya blog)

Kancha Ilaiah on “Why I am not a Hindu” (From Stree Samya blog)

This is a blog post that I have taken as is from the Stree Samya Books blog. The link is: http://stree-samyabooks.blogspot.in/2013/03/why-i-am-not-hindu.html Why I Am Not
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Wendy Doniger “On Hinduism” ( 15 March 2013)

Wendy Doniger “On Hinduism” ( 15 March 2013)

Wendy Doniger is an American indologist who has been writing for over forty-four years. In her introduction to On Hindusim she says that she always
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The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma

The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma

The Reading Promise: 3218 Nights of Reading with My Father is a gently told memoir by 21-year-old Alice Ozma. Her father was a librarian in
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“The Yellow Birds” Kevin Powers

“The Yellow Birds” Kevin Powers

“The Yellow Birds” is the story of Private John Bartle who is preparing to join the United States Army and be posted in Operation Desert
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Derek O’Brien ” Speak Up, Speak Out”

Derek O’Brien ” Speak Up, Speak Out”

I actually enjoyed reading Speak Up, Speak Out by Derek O’Brien. A collection of elocution passages he obviously treasures. There is a headnote with every
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Extract from a letter I wrote to a friend about “Market Tales” by Jayant Kriplani

Extract from a letter I wrote to a friend about “Market Tales” by Jayant Kriplani

Feb 2013 Helloji, I received a copy of Jayant Kriplani’s collection of short stories New Market Tales earlier this evening. I immediately picked it up
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Prasoon Joshi, “Sunshine Lanes”

Prasoon Joshi, “Sunshine Lanes”

The other day some friends of mine dipped into my copy of Prasoon Joshi’s Sunshine Lanes, a collection of his poetry/ lyrics written over the
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On Reviewing in India, Amit Chaudhuri

On Reviewing in India, Amit Chaudhuri

“Reviewing is often a form of thuggery in Anglophone India, territorial, threatening, a way of roughing somebody up; and the Books pages are a bit
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