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Nook Unplugged August 7, 2013: Is it the end for Barnes & Noble? Maybe not for the bookish megastore, but for its digital operations, it's certainly a moment of transition. B. & N.'s Nook division lost nearly five hundred million dollars last year; and several weeks ago, the company's CEO, William Lynch, resigned: What's next for the last great bastion of [...] by

All for the Nookie? May 10, 2013: In tech-related poetry news, Microsoft appears to be offering to purchase the digital assets of Nook Media LLC: that's the tablet-size e-book reader championed by Barnes & Noble. If you've been reading le poems via Nook, according to TechCrunch: Microsoft is offering to pay $1 billion to buy the digital assets of Nook Media LLC, [...] by

Keep your intangible pants on: Poetry is still poetry, even when it goes electric January 19, 2011: Kristen Hoggatt posts the question of Format vs. Function on The Smart Set blog. When a reader asks whether she would recommend the Kindle or the Nook for reading poetry in the interest of environmental friendliness, her response is purely pragmatic: Aside from the Nook offering Llama, Llama Red Pajama in color, it didn't provide the same range of [...] by