The Art of Creating Emotional Attachments to Digital Objects

The argument for or against e-books always seems to boil down to one central issue: e-books can not be touched, bookmarked and lovingly annotated in the same way that real books can (sorry, Kindle). The early adopters will always embrace digital content, on whatever device is offered to them. It's the middle- to late-adopters who need an additional emotional connection to that digital content before they will embrace tablets and e-books. The current approach to "flipping pages" on a tablet is a cute start, of course, but there's more that can be done to create emotional attachments to digital objects.

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16 Must-Read B2B Marketing Strategy Ebooks

B2B marketing is constantly evolving as organizations discover ways to perfect current strategies, new marketing channels emerge, and advanced marketing automation tools are introduced. Here are 16 must-read B2B marketing strategy ebooks to help you stay current on best practices, techniques and tools. Enjoy!

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The Unwritten Future?

by: C. Sven Johnson

Ever since my hesitant interview for the ISHUSH blog (Link) last year, I’ve paid a bit more attention to how others believe books might evolve in an increasingly digital world. My first pass at giving it any real thought beyond “Uh, they’ll be e-books”, was in response to a question asked of me at that time:

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