Tag Archives: Cory Doctorow

Review – Makers by Cory Doctorow

Makers is a fascinating and exciting read. Exciting not in the guns and kabloomy sense, but because of the idea train that started rolling through my head on page one and still hasn’t stopped a few days since finishing the novel. Cory Doctorow has taken a look into our future and presented an optimistic society, […]

Reading… Makers by Cory Doctorow

About halfway reading through Makers by Cory Doctorow… a very interesting read with some keen observations on where commerce may be heading (or maybe, should be heading). This is the first novel of his I have read though I have read many of his stories, being first introduced to him through On Spec magazine. Definitely […]

Stories — who do they belong to?

I absolutely hate being locked into specific hardware or software in order to read an eBook and its one of the reason’s I’m mostly in pause mode, in regards to purchasing new books. When the next great device comes along, perhaps with some of the features current eBook devices lack, I want to be able […]