Do you know what a meme is? As I write this the word itself is underlined in red. My PC doesn’t know what a meme is. Late last year I read a book by Richard Dawkins so ya, I happen to know what it is. Isn’t that exactly why we[Read More…]
There are so many fees added up against the revenue brought in from eBay book sales that selling inexpensive stuff is really quite a chore for the dough, not much bang for the buck. The real problem is that the fees are only a little here and a little there[Read More…]
Just came across this while surfing. We’ll try and keep you up to date. This is from PhiloBiblos, a great book blog. Rolland Lee Comstock, 70, a Missouri bibliophile known to travel far and wide in order to get his books signed and for his ability to spot emerging authors[Read More…]
Do you have a mailing list? Do you use it effectively? Some sellers use only their email application to send out a short announcement here and there while others use a full blown web based service but pay too much for it. iContact falls in between. It is a paid[Read More…]
Here are three links for your enjoyment. The first one I just came across this morning and thought the content was fabulous. It is simply a rare book guide from a dealer’s perspective. About a new book every few days from the folks at Any Amount of Books/ London. The[Read More…]
Keeping identical browser bookmarks at home and at work. One way to help keep organized is by having the exact same bookmarks at work and at home. With the Firefox browser this is easy. If you’re not using Firefox you can download it easily with Google Pack (just click the[Read More…]
Another feature we will try to bring regularly is some of the more interesting book related videos. I came across this one after a quick visit to The Bytown Bookshop (Ottawa) blog. It is a short documentary on a Letterpress printshop.