The Beatles little-know enterprise, Zapple, highlights Richard Brautigan's works.
With a new book out, describing the ways in which indie authors can turn their works into audiobooks, and more than 30 audiobook narrations to his credit, Richard Rieman is enjoying this latest turn in his career.
As energy needs evolve, aging power plants and energy infrastructure need to be updated and modernized. IT infrastructure modernization can help energy providers stay competitive, strengthen the security and resilience of their distribution networks, and develop innovative products and services.
Sometimes it takes a jolt of speculative fiction to wake us, a dystopia written so well that the reality feels as though it is right outside our doors and windows, scratching to get in.
As a prolific blogger and author of several books, Tammy Strobel has successfully pared down the complexity of her life to the point she not only survives, but also thrives as a full-time writer—something that is definitely not easy to do as the publishing industry is undergoing a tectonic shift.
With a wicked sense of humor, an affinity for the supernatural realm, a preternatural interest in books, and a proclivity for storytelling that began in his youth, Mark Lefebvre has capitalized on his talents as an author, and, more recently, as the Director of Self Publishing and Author Relations at Kobo.
Ann Marie Calhoun has been touring and sharing the stage with music legends Ian Anderson, Steve Vai, and Ringo Starr, as well as composing and recording material for the recently-released Sherlock Holmes’ movie. Soft spoken and thoughtful in person, she’s a different personality on stage with a fiery presence and a knack for sizzling violin solos.
The course of writing careers in this era of epublishing can be dramatically different. A case in point is Andy Weir, a modest, self-effacing programmer who was unable to find a publisher for his novel, The Martian, a sci-fi tale of survival, ingenuity, and a cool head in the face of danger.
In the enthusiasm to embrace IoT technology, ongoing privacy issues and security threats are sometimes going unnoticed.
Four books and several hundred thousand miles later, Sam Manicom has established himself in a uniquely adventure-filled realm: motorcycle travel writing.
Vai talks technical chops, emotional investment, and naked tracks
In a very short time, we've moved from pure speculation about the ways the Internet of Things (IoT) might change to world to witnessing the technologies underlying IoT actually being integrated into products and services.
Yearning for the vagabond life: a profile of indie ...
From her perspective as owner of Voice-Over Vermont and the principal voice talent for the company, Mary Catherine Jones has a keen ear for the deadly sins that bedevil the voiceovers in many business presentations. In this interview, Mary Catherine highlights the techniques for successful recording.