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The Wiser publishing industry news email will help you stay up-to-date as the industry continues to go through significant change. You will get the latest news, analysis and opinion from the best sources on the internet delivered straight to your inbox every day. Traditionally, the publishing industry involved printed material like books, magazines and newspapers. Demand for printed material like this has declined as consumers have moved to personal electronic devices like computers, tablets and mobile phones. This has forced the publishing industry to change. Those changes have included adapting to the new ways of delivering content to readers using technology, and the growth of self-publishing. The later applies to websites, apps and books and is a phenomenon that is continuing to grow as individuals and businesses use the new tools of technology rather than the old tools of the printing press. As it is a changing industry it is more important than ever to stay up to date with developments. The best way to do that is to register for the free daily publishing industry news email from Wiser.

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Platinum Games Moves To Self-Publish Its Own Titles
ForbesContributor, Ollie Barder
Why You Should Open A Roth IRA Today Credit: Sega Platinum Games is moving to self-publish its own titles. In an interesting and likely very smart move, Platinum Games is planning to self-publish its own titles in the future. In a new...
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Key User Extensibility on SAP S/4HANA Cloud – Adding Custom Business Logic
SAP BlogsRohit Khan
Key User Extensibility on SAP S/4HANA Cloud – Adding Custom Business Logic – Part 4 Target Audience – Key Users and Developers To demonstrate Custom Logic let’s take the standard Fiori App to Create Customer Projects under Project Management. This is a...
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Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #80
The Book DesignerJoel Friedlander
Welcome to this issue of the Carnival of the Indies blog carnival. This issue is for May, 2017. We welcome your submissions on topics related to writing, self-publishing, book design or marketing books. A collection of outstanding articles recently posted to blogs,...
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Consumer Goods & Retail, Publishing Industry
A letter of gratitude to the author, grand philosopher and all-around uplifter, Brian Doyle (Guest opinion)
OregonianGuest Columnist
By Patrick McCreery Fellow s, we have had a treasure living among us. Did you know that? We had, living here with us, a magician of words and a purveyor of the kind of wisdom that helps us not establish empires and...
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HOT BUTTON question: Should new trails be created for mountain bikes in Forest Park?
OregonianSyndicated Columns
HOT BUTTON QUESTION: We'll ask one each week and publish a representative sample of readers' answers. This week's question: Should new trails be created for mountain bikes in Portland's Forest Park? Deadline for responses: 3 p.m., Thursday, June 1. Email to letters@oregonian.com....
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Editorial Observer: At Amazon’s Bookstore, No Coffee but All the Data You Can Drink
The New York TimesFrancis X. Clines
A non-virtual, real-life Amazon bookstore opened in Manhattan on Thursday with no obvious signs of corporate guilt at having driven countless independent bookstores to oblivion with the scythe-like power of the company’s e-book discounting. The store opened to a crowd waiting outside,...
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The Best of the Physics arXiv (week ending May 27, 2017)
MIT Technology ReviewEmerging Technology
This week’s most thought-provoking papers from the Physics arXiv. A roundup of the most interesting papers from the arXiv:
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Russian bank owners sue BuzzFeed over publishing dossier
The HillOlivia Beavers
Three owners of a Russian bank filed a defamation lawsuit Friday against BuzzFeed News for publishing a dossier with unproven allegations about them that include attempts at bribery and conspiring to influence the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Mikhail Fridman, Petr Aven and...
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