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B&N's PubIt self-publishing platform goes live

Barnes & Noble has officially launched its DIY e-book publishing platform, allowing independent publishers and self-publishing writers to sell their works on BN.com and Barnes & Noble's e-book store.

By October 4, 2010

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Barnes & Noble launching PubIt self-publishing platform this summer

Sometime this summer, Barnes & Noble will begin to allow independent publishers and self-publishing writers to sell their works on BN.com and Barnes & Noble's e-book store.

By May 19, 2010

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Barnes & Noble launches new publishing platform

The bookseller's new Nook Press self-publishing platform allows for in-tool editing, which B&N presumably hopes will make it easier to use than rival Amazon's tools.

By April 9, 2013

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Google TV is live

Barnes & Noble releases its own self-publishing tool, Skype and Fring are available for Android, and Google TV launches its site.

By October 5, 2010

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E-book porn flourishes on Amazon's Kindle

Platforms for e-book self-publishing like Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing let amateur porn producers slap together adult picture books and sell them online with ease.

By March 5, 2013

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How to self-publish an ebook

Interested in self-publishing an e-book? CNET Executive Editor David Carnoy offers some basic tips for e-book publishing and lays out your best options for publishing quickly and easily.

By June 1, 2012

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Buzz Out Loud 1322: Ballmer gets fitted for a Santa suit (podcast)

Windows 7 slate by Christmas? Seriously? FLO TV really didn't, your iPhone could be our new set top box, Panasonic takes another run at gaming, WebOS could be moving into a mansion, and you've finally got your jet pack, alright? Now stop whining.

By October 5, 2010

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Google launches Chrome Web Store

Google launches an app store for Chrome, Barnes & Noble will help you publish your memoir, and Togetherville aims to be Facebook for the kiddies.

By May 19, 2010

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The rise of the 99-cent Kindle e-book

With 20 percent of the top-selling books on the Kindle priced at a dollar or less, should traditional publishers be concerned about price erosion? You betcha, says CNET's David Carnoy.

By March 3, 2011