I’m pleased to present the second in a series of stories written by Yoav Lorch, Founder and CEO of Total Boox. His first story, Book Snatching, the most violent act in the history of reading, was posted on NSR a couple of months ago. It’s worth a read as well. Thanks for sharing your stories, Yoav.
Placing a Hold
Emotional adventures in the ebook catalog
My library allows us, the patrons, to place up to 10 holds on books. I noticed I used up 9, and not wanting to waste valuable resources I set to place my last hold. Continue reading Placing a Hold: Emotional adventures in the ebook catalog
Yoav Lorch, Founder and CEO of Total Boox, Ltd. sent me this story he wrote about snatching ebooks. I think it’s a clever tale showing us the sad state of ebook borrowing in many of our libraries. He gave me permission to post it here.
Clearly the most violent act in the history of reading
by Yoav Lorch, Founder and CEO, Total Boox Ltd.
Its 5:20 PM. My wife should be home in about half an hour. I promised I’d do the dishes and have the place looking decent when she returns. I have 47 pages to go with my book, and I’m dying to complete it. Yes, I can complete it before it expires and evaporates from my device at 5:46, but then, the dishes. The sink looks like a railroad crash on a rainy day. Continue reading Book Snatching, the most violent act in the history of reading