Via Flickr, photos from someone who bought an Asus Eee Note, flashed it from Chinese to English, and also took it apart!
Clicking on each photo will bring up a larger version at Flickr.
Literally ALL of my book purchases (and 'licensings') in the past few months have come from twitter recommendations. Marketers take note.—
Don Linn (@DonLinn) February 26, 2011
It was difficult to get a clean shot of this due to reflections. This is the best I could do:
TV news reported yesterday there’s a station in the Bronx charging $4.69 a gallon. Well, I watched gas prices go skyward back in 2008, so compared to what’s happening locally on Staten Island today, that Bronx station is engaging in price gouging and the owner should be prosecuted.
I got out of the habit of snapping a local gas station sign, but I did on December 24, 2010 when I noticed it had gone up from the previous week:
All I’ve got to add is this: Self-published writers would be happy to do once-only sales to public libraries. That’s who helped us when we were nobodies and we’d help them back. We understand the value of public libraries in a way that HarperCollins apparently can’t begin to comprehend.
Print publishing is suicidal as it is in ignoring the future. They’re simply speeding up their own deaths with a move like this.