Bionic reading is a new era in reading experience. Introduced in May 2022, it allows users to read faster and understand more.Continue reading “Have you tried bionic reading already?”
4-year-old Jayce Joyce may break the Guinness record for the youngest published author
Jayce Joyce is now only 4 years and 10 months old. His mother has just helped him submit an application for the youngest male person to publish a book.
His two first books are A Beach With No Sea and Jayce’s Sweet Tooth. They were published on February 23, 2023, by the Book Chief Publishing House.Continue reading “4-year-old Jayce Joyce may break the Guinness record for the youngest published author”
Report: global ebook market to be worth $32 billion in 2032
I just got an email from Persistence Market Research, with highlights from the report on global ebook market perspectives.
According to the report, ebook sales are expected to grow at an annual rate of 4.9% between 2022 and 2032.Continue reading “Report: global ebook market to be worth $32 billion in 2032”
Has ChatGPT really passed an MBA exam?
Since the report from the Wharton Business School researchers was released, many posts on social media, for instance this one, claim it has.
I decided to find the answer at the source, and congratulated ChatGPT. Here is the answer:Continue reading “Has ChatGPT really passed an MBA exam?”
Over 70 books created with artificial intelligence are already available on Amazon
Ammaar Reshi’s Alice and Sparkle is the most famous book created with AI tools. It’s currently among the top 10 bestsellers in the Children’s Computers & Technology Books category.
The book provoked a discussion about artists’ role, copyright issues, and the nature of creative process.Continue reading “Over 70 books created with artificial intelligence are already available on Amazon”
The most popular book genres in 36 countries around the world (infographic)
Studying in Switzerland blog has released an infographic that shows which book genres are most popular in 36 countries around the world.
To collect the data, they used the Google web search volume for each book genre in different countries.
Here are the key findings:Continue reading “The most popular book genres in 36 countries around the world (infographic)”
Most anticipated book-to-TV adaptations coming in 2023
TV Guide has just released a list of TV series that are bases on books and that are planned to be released in 2023.
The TV adaptations come from fiction, graphic novels, and nonfiction.Continue reading “Most anticipated book-to-TV adaptations coming in 2023”
Mystery solved: the photo of a woman with a giant book is real!
The internet is a temple of one-time excitements, but I have just solved the 2013 photo mystery, so I’m going to share it with you.Continue reading “Mystery solved: the photo of a woman with a giant book is real!”
Christmas trees made by Polish librarians
May this holiday season bring you peace and calm, and may you find the time to read more books and expand your knowledge.
To get you in the holiday spirit, we have found a few examples of how Polish libraries and cultural institutions celebrate Christmas.Continue reading “Christmas trees made by Polish librarians”
Top 10 most-borrowed books of 2022 are revealed by the NYPL
The New York Public Library has announced a list of top books checked out in 2022 from the Bronx, Manhattan, and Staten Island branches.
The No. 1 most-borrowed books in 2022 is The Midnight Library by Matt Haig, a beautiful fantasy novel about a library that exists between life and death.Continue reading “Top 10 most-borrowed books of 2022 are revealed by the NYPL”