Category Archives: Daily Thought

Fan ou pas fan de Marc Levy?

Des libraires français livrent leur analyse du phénomène de répulsion à l’égard de Marc Levy dans cet article paru dans 20 minutes. Avez-vous déjà lu un livre de Marc Levy? Qu’est-ce que vous en pensez? Advertisements

Fan ou pas fan de Marc Levy?

Des libraires français livrent leur analyse du phénomène de répulsion à l’égard de Marc Levy dans cet article paru dans 20 minutes. Avez-vous déjà lu un livre de Marc Levy? Qu’est-ce que vous en pensez?

The Story of Keep Calm and Carry On

How a bookshop can leave a mark on the world. An amazing story. Link via joesbox.

The Story of Keep Calm and Carry On

How a bookshop can leave a mark on the world. An amazing story. Link via joesbox.

Paper Books Belong to the Past

I wonder what many of us book lovers should be thinking of the news that Encyclopaedia Britannica, the 240-year-old reference, has decided to stop printing books and move the entire thing online. I think we should celebrate. This an opportunity

Paper Books Belong to the Past

I wonder what many of us book lovers should be thinking of the news that Encyclopaedia Britannica, the 240-year-old reference, has decided to stop printing books and move the entire thing online. I think we should celebrate. This an opportunity

Does The Future of Books Have to be Charmless?

Let’s face it: The world of books as we know it is changing. A quick look at this chart and it becomes clear to us why E-books are slowly taking over the world. But many of us –poor souls who

Does The Future of Books Have to be Charmless?

Let’s face it: The world of books as we know it is changing. A quick look at this chart and it becomes clear to us why E-books are slowly taking over the world. But many of us –poor souls who

life as a lebneh lover

Life as a Leb-neh lover

I’ve been away from Lebanon for 8 years now. That’s a long time. That’s almost a third of my life. It’s strange because the longer I stay away, the more I miss it, and the more I go back, the

life as a lebneh lover

Life as a Leb-neh lover

I’ve been away from Lebanon for 8 years now. That’s a long time. That’s almost a third of my life. It’s strange because the longer I stay away, the more I miss it, and the more I go back, the

Amin Maalouf Spotlighted In The Guardian

One of Lebanon’s most celebrated sons and authors got a quick profile over at The Guardian today because he was shortlisted for the prestigious Man Booker Prize for best fiction. Here’s a preview: His fiction contains a longing for and

Amin Maalouf Spotlighted In The Guardian

One of Lebanon’s most celebrated sons and authors got a quick profile over at The Guardian today because he was shortlisted for the prestigious Man Booker Prize for best fiction. Here’s a preview: His fiction contains a longing for and

On The Death Of Print

There’s a great interview in Forbes with Tim O’Reilly the creator of a publishing empire. I figured I’d share with you his important insight on printed books: we’re seeing a transformation of the marketplace. The biggest challenge is not the

On The Death Of Print

There’s a great interview in Forbes with Tim O’Reilly the creator of a publishing empire. I figured I’d share with you his important insight on printed books: we’re seeing a transformation of the marketplace. The biggest challenge is not the