Tag Archive | New York Times

Whither the E- Book: What Do These Charts Mean?

          March 16, 2016. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday by Jack Dziamba What is Happening to E-Books? The percentage of readers who finished reading each chapter of three specific e-books.                  A successful U.S. novel …                                                                                   A not-so-successful one …                                             […]

CAN YOU SEE THE “PICASSO SCULPTURE” EXHIBIT AT MOMA FROM HERE?

  September 16, 2014, by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday. PICASSO SCULPTURE AT MOMA From the MoMA Picasso Sculpture webpage: “Picasso Sculpture is a sweeping survey of Pablo Picasso’s innovative and influential work in three dimensions. This will be the first such museum exhibition in the United States in nearly half a century.” […]

E MUSEUMS: UNFINISHED MASTERPIECES AT THE MET

New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday at 8:30 om ET. GENIUS AT WORK Roberta Smith, Senior Art Critic at the New York Times, has written a great piece of criticism, scholarship, and creativity in her January 9, 2014 article, The Fascination of the Unfinished, on a number of unfinished paintings on display at the Metropolitan […]

E-BOOKS AND LITERATURE – WHERE HAVE ALL THE READERS GONE?

New Weekly Post goes up every Wednesday at 8:30PM EST ARE THE E-BOOK PUBLISHERS NEGLECTING LITURATURE? In a recent article in Futurebook, the e-news by Thebookseller, writer, Philip Jones, reported an alarming state of affairs. He wrote that, “Literary fiction [is] languishing behind on the Kindle.” Jones goes on to observe that, The discussion [of […]