Does the iPad need another book reader? ReadMill says yes
While over in Europe I found ReadMill, http://readmill.com/
, a nicer, er, more social book reader. What does it do better?
Founder +Henrik Berggren
tells me what in the video below:
1. It's social.
2. It is made for the iPad from the ground up.
3. You can see all sorts of stats about your reading of a book, like how much time you've spent reading it so far.
4. Very clean and simple reading experience.
What do you think? http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/readmill/id438032664?mt=8
Oh, and while we're talking about startups and ebooks, my friend +shel israel
has written an ebook on how to give great presentations. I wish every startup entrepreneur would read this. Heck, I wish every exec would read this. http://globalneighbourhoods.net/2012/02/announcing-my-new-book-stellar-presentations.html
Unfortunately to read Shel's book you need the Kindle book reader, since it costs money, but Shel is qualified to write such a book. He's helped dozens of companies prepare for the Demo and other startup launch conferences and knows how to make sure your presentations get the desired effect (er, funding or adoption).