Google are getting busy and going mobile on your iPhone with books! You can read 1.5 million public domain books on most any cellphone — Google Books look especially great on your beloved iPhone — and that’s especially pleasing in the face of Steve Jobs’ false accusation we no longer read.
I love my Kindle book reader but I also, finally, took the plunge to discover the Amazon Online Reader. If you haven’t used this online service from Amazon yet, you should “upgrade your eligible books” to include the Online Reader version — especially if you’re doing hard research — because you can search the entire book and set a bookmark and you own the book for the rest of your life online:
As an author, you must always write your own way, but you must also arouse the mercy of your readers in order to create evergreen True Art.
Do you read news and blogs on the web via an RSS client? If yes, what RSS reader do you use?
I use Google Reader to watch my information because it is easy to use, it integrates with my iGoogle start page really well, and it beats the pants off every other RSS reader I’ve tried and I’ve tried them all.
Which sites do you read every day?
How many articles do you read per week? Do you share with others what you find? We know Google follows our Web History and knows our Search Wants — but are you aware if you use Google Reader you are also able to see how Google tracks your RSS trends?