Its hard to control using further adjectives to describe the latest addition to our library network in Bangalore. Yesterday truly was a red letter day for us. The space-age, ‘pod’ design addition to our Koramangala cluster went live. Here are some pics.
JustBooks Founder and CEO, R Sundar Rajan has lately been a very busy man, inaugurating one library after another. You can see the glow on his visage at these events. Yesterday @ JustBooks Yelahanka, with Vishwanath & Dharini, our franchisee partners: @ JustBooks, Kalidasa Road Mysore, chatting with the Chief Guest & Editor, Star of … More Spreading wings, far and wide
This news report on CNET.com was shared with us (Thanks, V) which begins, on a rather ominous note: If books are dying a slow death, libraries are also living on borrowed time. But that didn’t stop the University of Chicago from sinking $81 million into the new Joe and Rika Mansueto Library, which ironically doesn’t have … More I, Book Robot?
A photo-documentary on the NewYork Public Library in its 100th year. Check it out here.
Kate Sidley in her blog @Books Live writes: My point, in case you were beginning to wonder, is that we are living through an extraordinary time in the world of books and publishing. Sort of mirrors David’s line that we carried in this recent post of ours. What says you?
Came across this interesting juxtaposition of 2 new books on a JustBooks library shelf. History will attest that Gandhi (whatever his foibles / quirks were that are now being highlighted by authors emerging from the woodwork to make money, no doubt) was a giant killer re: the British empire!!! 🙂
David Davidar talks about Aleph, non-fiction & the publishing industry in India. Prophetic / fateful words? The world of publishing is going through a revolution. Its exciting to be a publisher.