eWriting

… a fresh approach to creating an eBook Sales of ebooks are predicted to overtake paperback books by 2014. For authors especially, simply to bury your head in the sand by saying you prefer a printed book is not an option. Aside from any other consideration,...

eReading

If I was writing this article just five years ago, when asked what an ebook is, I would probably have said a PDF. Where PDF is an acronym for Portable Document Format which, unlike say an Word document, is read-only and retains all the source formatting and layout....

iPadivity

So I’ve had an iPad for the best part of a year now and loads of people have asked how I use it and what I’m using it for. Or if it’s just a bit of a toy? Well I’ve discovered using this new type of tablet (and watch this space for the clones)...

What do you know?

Writing an article on knowledge is potentially a difficult task. It makes you ask the question what do you know and even what qualifies the writer to write knowingly. You have to ask yourself questions like who is doing the knowing and how do you know that you know?...

What is Love?

Rachel Willis, CEO and insightful editor of Lightworker Magazine posed a little problem for me recently to submit an article about a subject I realised I write little about. Namely Love … I took the decision to ‘channel’ it raw and this is what came...

The anatomy of a click through

When we click on a link, we don’t give it a second thought – especially these days when we are presented with 100’s if not 1000’s of potential hyperlinks each day. Links nowadays are not limited to those on web sites or in email newsletters....