Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Gateway to 10,000 Illnesses by Robert Boyd, D.O. released world-wide as eBook

From: pubarticles.com

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Now available as eBook from First Edition Design eBook Publishing.

St. Louis, MO, USA (January 25, 2012) — The Gateway to 10,000 Illnesses by Robert Boyd, D.O., (http://www.biocranialinstitute.com) which is a challenge to the broad world of medicine and promises a reassessment of the causative processes of many disorders, has been released world-wide in eBook form.

Author Dr. Robert Boyd suggests what he sees as the hitherto missing link in the world of medicine. Boyd’s writings are refreshing, stimulating and thought provoking – even humorous – and challenge the accepted norms in wide areas of conventional and alternative medicine. His unique concept is totally absent from any current teaching and will challenge the basics of widely held views, conventional or alternative.

I have attempted to convey my own belief that, at the core of control and organization of every single activity, cellular, organ or system, is involuntary movement. I believe that until there is recognition of the existence of movement there will continue to be limitations to healthcare delivery,” Dr. Boyd said.

The Gateway to 10,000 Illnesses describes in straightforward and largely non-technical language the core mechanism – the engine – of what makes us tick and his conclusions on why this hitherto little understood area is essential for addressing almost any disorder. The author’s style is almost conversational and leads the reader logically step by step to his conclusions. In doing so he questions a number of accepted teachings, particularly in the area of “structural medicine” and goes on to plea for fellow professionals to dispassionately examine the accuracy and value of his findings. Dr. Boyd has been at the forefront of cranial research and innovation for over 30 years.

Dr. Boyd added, “If we refuse to be distracted by the often siren promises of the complex, the answers may well be found in the simple. Let us be always mindful that the organism never wishes to be dysfunctional, was designed to be self-repairing and will repair if facilitated to do so.”

“After more than 20 years working and studying and teaching in Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) and before that living with pain for decades, I am so grateful to discover Dr. Robert Boyd’s work. Written for the practitioner and patient/client alike, this book sheds light on the ever darkening picture of the decline of health worldwide.” — Tom Tessereau, CBC, LMT, NCTMB.

The Gateway to 10,000 Illnesses by Robert Boyd, D.O., in eBook form, (ISBN 9781937520342), was published on November 15, 2011 by First Edition Design eBook Publishing http://www.firsteditiondesignpublishing.com based in Sarasota, Florida USA. It is available at Amazon’s Kindle store, Apple’s iBookstore, Barnes & Noble’s Book Nook, Sony, Diesel and Google’s eBookstore, which supports numerous eReader devices. In addition to those outlets, The Gateway to 10,000 Illnesses was distributed in eBook format worldwide to over 100,000 other sources including libraries, schools colleges, universities and additional online booksellers.

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Is an eBook the best gift romance gift for Valentine’s Day?

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77% Of Romance eBooks Being Purchased On Laptop

By Dianna Dilworth @ www.mediabistro.com

Romance readers are reading equally between iPhones and Android phones, though iOS owns 81% of the multipurpose device market. First Edition Design eBook Publishing.

Interestingly, 77% of romance books are being purchased on a laptop, and 67% of romance eBooks purchased are PDF or ePUB. While most readers are buying eBooks from the popular book retailers, 15% of romance readers are buying from publishers websites. And 97% of eBooks purchased have at least a 3 flame rating on Allromance.com.

Someone buys a romance novel every five seconds, according to Businessweek. This $1.6 billion business is one of the leading genres for eBook sales.

So how do romance readers like their eBooks? On Kindles, then Nooks, then Sony eReaders. This is according to Julie Cummings, manager of promotions and marketing at Allromance.com, who shared some statistics about romance readers and their adoption of eBooks at a panel today at Digital Book World today.

Romance readers are reading equally between iPhones and Android phones, though iOS owns 81% of the multipurpose device market.

Interestingly, 77% of romance books are being purchased on a laptop, and 67% of romance eBooks purchased are PDF or ePUB. While most readers are buying eBooks from the popular book retailers, 15% of romance readers are buying from publishers websites. And 97% of eBooks purchased have at least a 3 flame rating on Allromance.com.

Libraries Move Beyond Books

As more information moves online, traditional libraries are losing relevance, but librarians are becoming more important than ever….One view is that libraries need to be about a lot more than books. Read more.

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Despite Dismal Economy First Edition Design eBook Publishing Soars.

eBook master distributor expands to industry leading role while other businesses bemoan economic woes.

Sarasota, FL                                                                                          January 10, 2012

 First Edition Design eBook Publishing has released their updated distribution list http://www.firsteditiondesignebooks.com/html/distributionchannels.html , which now positions them as the world’s largest distributor of eBooks. They now submit eBooks to over 100 top online booksellers, along with public libraries, academic libraries, schools, colleges, universities and government agencies, resulting in over 100,000 distribution points world-wide.

“We are aggressive; we work hard and efficiently,” said First Edition Design Publishing’s CEO Deborah E. Gordon.

First Edition Design Publishing CEO Deborah E. Gordon

First Edition Design Publishing CEO Deborah E. Gordon

“While others may sit on the sidelines to see what will happen next with the unfavorable economy, we have been adding more features that benefit our clients in spite of the prevailing poor economic conditions.  We are selective and invest our resources into people and technology that grow our business. By keeping our operating costs down and our margins tight we gained a competitive edge and increased volume.”

First Edition Design eBook Publishing and First Edition Design Publishing are subsidiaries of First Edition Design, Inc. headquartered in Sarasota, Florida, USA.  First Edition Design Publishing is a licensed and approved aggregator for Apple, Sony, Amazon, Google, Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Nielsen and numerous others to distribute ebooks through them. They are also licensed Microsoft Solution Providers and Apple Developers.

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We Could See Wii eBook Store.

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http://www.tomsguide.com   12:30 AM – January 4, 2012 – By Kevin Parrish – Source : Forget The Box

Even though Nintendo reportedly doesn’t see Apple as a threat, a developer claims that the Mario company is launching an ebook store for the Wii U in addition to an app store.

Following reports that Nintendo is secretly building its own Apple-like app store for the upcoming Wii U console, there’s now chatter that the company will also launch an ebook store for distributing game guides, digital magazines and other content. The company is reportedly talking with publishers and developers now, and is even entertaining the notion of re-publishing digital versions of its back-catalog of out-of-print “Players Guides” in the supposed ebook store for free.

According to an iOS developer, content offered on Nintendo’s ebook store will not only include the free “Players Guides” for virtual console games, but downloadable instruction booklets and every back issue of Nintendo Power. Paid game-related content may be provided by Prima Games which currently publishes the official strategy guides. So far there’s no indication that this ebook store will be separate from the previously reported app store, or combined into one storefront like iTunes.

There’s certainly no question that Nintendo is appearing taking a “tablet” approach with the upcoming Wii U, but if the iOS source is correct, the console’s unique controller will seem even more tablet-like while users purchase non-gaming content from the ebook store. Nintendo is reportedly “actively seeking” partners among publishers to bring mainstream ebooks, magazines and newspapers to the Nintendo landscape.

Like Kindle and iBooks, virtual books will be synchronized between devices — meaning that the Nintendo 3DS will also have access — logged onto the same account. It’s presumed that consumers will have two options to pay, using credit cards or Wii/3DS Points. The iOS source also added that both the 3DS and Wii U controller will download newly released issues while its idle thanks to their active sleep system.

On Monday the unnamed iOS developer, based out of Los Angeles, claimed that Nintendo actually approached the studio and offered to assist in porting and publishing their iOS software to be played on the Wii U’s touchscreen controller (tablet). Previously Nintendo indicated that Apple and its iOS devices really aren’t a threat, yet here the company is gearing up to launch a tablet-like device that can read ebooks and possibly play Angry Birds. Meanwhile, Apple is gearing up to launch iTV…

Sony Reader Wi-Fi Review

By Jonathan Bray @ http://www.pcpro.co.uk/

Sony eReader  — A light and portable ebook reader with an excellent display, sensitive touchscreen and masterful PDF-handling capabilities, but it’s still a little expensive…

Read more:  http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/ebook-readers/371920/sony-reader-wi-fi#ixzz1iL72Dqgp

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