NYT: Shorter E-Books for Smaller Devices

Have you been wondering how anyone could possibly read an entire book on an IPhone? On such a lilliputian screen, that’s like reading, say, “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” while looking at it through a keyhole.

Wouldn’t it make sense to provide narratives chosen with the scale of the device in mind? After all, writers have developed everything from five minute fiction to weighty tomes in order to explore all possibilities in traditional print books.

Well, it is being considered. Here’s an article from today’s New York Times that will interest you.

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