Podcasts Episode 134: On digital texts 10 February, 2013 5 Comments Once again, with almost no preparation, we head up to the Gershwin Room and end up discussing reviewing, digital texts, and other related issues. As always, we hope you enjoy the podcast. Previous Post Next Post You may also like 8 May, 2010 Episode 1: Live with Gary K. Wolfe! 6 April, 2018 Episode 328: Re-reading, reprinting and the classics 11 December, 2011 Episode 79: Live with Gary K. Wolfe and Paul Cornell! 5 Comments Very good stuff, gentlemen. Touched on two topics I am very interested in: digital reading, which I’ve just recently started sampling and now am hooked by (despite my love of the book as object) and short stories, which I am very passionate about. You could have easily “rambled” for twice as long and hope you do more short story collection/anthology-related podcasts in the future. As it turns out, the the first volume collecting Algis Budrys’s F&SF reviews has just been released by Ansible Editions.I ordered a copy last week from Lulu Press…. http://www.lulu.com/us/en/shop/algis-budrys/benchmarks-continued-1975-1982/paperback/product-20543486.html. Ebooks was as good as a “Summon Paul Weimer” spell :) (h/t to Cheryl Morgan) I’ve read enough ebooks to know my reading speed. So if I am 30% through a book, I know how long it took me to get there, so I know the “heft” of that 30 done and 70 percent remaining, Been reading eBooks since 1992-ish. Last year roughly 80 of the 84-ish books I read were electronic. I haven’t stopped buying paper books, as the folks at Subterranean can tell you, but I have stopped buying mass market paperbacks, trade paperbacks and hardcovers by anybody other than my favorites. Not enough room! And while I do enjoy the look/feel/smell of a “good book”, when I read words, it doesn’t matter if it is crumbling pulp, high grade paper, glowing electrons or passive eInk. Pingback: In Praise of Net Galley | Cheryl's Mewsings Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.