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    • 1.

      Why Internet Publishing is Best (For Readers)

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-01-02
      It's easy to forget readers. They are the people who go out to bookshops and buy books. They are the ones who decide, by their choices, which ones become 'best sellers'; which authors prosper and whic...
    • 2.

      Internet Authors aren't Newspaper Columnists

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-05-06
      The problem with the internet is that it changes so fast, and develops in so many different ways, that ordinary people have problems keeping up with it. Worse, they don't see new things as they are bu...
    • 3.

      Why Internet Authors don't need surfers

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-05-11
      Let's imagine what it would be like if an internet surfer read a novel in the same way they viewed the web. Just to make it interesting, let's imagine it's the sort of book I write, a murder mystery.T...
    • 4.

      Internet Authors aren't carnivores

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-06-15
      When vegetarians want to be insulting, they call anyone who disagrees with them a 'carnivore'. That's inaccurate. No human being is a carnivore. People are omnivores. Generally speaking, -if you look...
    • 5.

      Alternatives to The Switch

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-07-08
      How much do people really want to be rich? If you check in to the Web regularly you might be forgiven for thinking the answer to that question would be 'everybody'. The internet is so full of 'opportu...
    • 6.

      Alternatives to speed

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-07-19
      Picture the scene. I'm driving sedately in my family car across the desolate moors of Derbyshire, in particular the High Peak area of North West England, the far side of Macclesfield. It's a long, fai...
    • 7.

      Alternatives to Heroes

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2007-11-08
      Here in Britain we're enjoying seeing a new TV series that's all about 'Heroes'. The story seems to be similar to the 'X-Men' series, in that ordinary people are discovering that they possess st...
    • 8.

      Internet Authors are the new Black Swans

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2008-05-01
      Every Traditional Publisher should read the book by Nicholas Taleb called 'The Black Swan'. Not least because it's now a runaway best-seller and, in the fine tradition of that category, it was ignored...
    • 9.

      Alternatives to reality, every day

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2008-05-12
      The reality of becoming famous is not something most people would enjoy. When I was younger, I shared a flat in the city of Bristol and above us, on the next floor, were the pop band known as 'Stackri...
    • 10.

      Alternatives to the differences between men and women

      by Mike Scantlebury - 2008-06-02
      We live in an unshockable society. That's what some people would like to believe. If you're a liberal, you talk about all the progress we've made and how far we've come since the bad old days of the 1...