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The content on Scribd, the San–Francisco based startup that aims to create the digital library of the future, is available on a range of devices, from laptops to smartphones to tablets. But CEO Trip Adler tells Fast Company we won't be reading e–books in our hands in the future––they'll be... Continue reading at 'Fast Company'
[ Fast Company | 2013-10-07 00:00:00 UTC ]
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For a small monthly fee, consumers are used to getting unlimited access to all types of content: movies, TV shows, music, news, video games. Could that same model soon become popular in the world of publishing? Given the success of Netflix in video and Spotify in music, it's inevitable that... Continue reading at 'Fast Company'
[ Fast Company | 2013-10-01 00:00:00 UTC ]
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