Share your love of reading with your friends! And also, brag about it to strangers!
Yep, it's an article from CES 2011- days after the end of that fateful show. How do I justify such tardiness? I still have a ten gig backlog of videos taken during the show. There's no uploading video to YouTube with 125,000 people sending identical tweets about Lady Gaga.
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At some point in that endless, coffee-soaked joyride I stumbled by Copia's booth. Mike Lundgren (no relation to Dolph- I asked) was more than happy to give me a video demo of the app. I was expecting a basic walkthrough. He gave me an eight-minute opus, unfolding every detail of how the new e-reader app functions.
My favorite feature? Copia's ability to auto-spoiler revealing commentary on books you haven't read. I was a big fan of the interface, but I think Copia will succeed primarily due to the huge emphasis they have placed on social media. Literally everything you do on Copia can tie back into that community. A constantly evolving and growing book club that always has someone open for feedback or debate at pretty much any hour.
There's a lot of vanity in this app too. Mike even said, "Some books, you want to be known for." Not known for writing, but known for reading. I expect to see a lot of "Copia padding" from people who just skim the Sparknotes (or the back cover) and then stick an impressive-sounding title in their library and mark it as "read".
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"Of course I've read Ulysses, sexy librarian girl. See? The Internet can even back me up."