workshop on mobile delivery of content. Along the way, I’ve come across a range of useful links that I thought I would summarize and share here. Mobileread’s overview of the devices in the e-book space; A selective overview of the e-book reader space, in this case from Wired; An e-book reader matrix, with major vendor comparisons; Before choosing an e-book, pondering the format, from the New York Times; Persistence of book apps, from All Things Digital (nice charts!); At the Nieman foundation, Mac Slocum explains how a McSweeney’s app points the way home; And at Follow the Reader, Fran Toolan gushes (appropriately) about the Internet Archive’s really cool Bookserver project; BusinessWeek tries to understand books and the web, and almost gets there; Reading on the iPhone (Stanza, Kindle and Shortcovers compared); “Brains, Books and the Future of Print”, a considered review that appeared in the Atlantic Monthly; A two-minute survey of e-book consumption (caveat emptor); The introduction of the Asus folding netbook, perhaps the leading entrant in this part of the mobile space; And if we needed more proof, the Audit Bureau of Circulation is accepting e-book device manufacturers into the fold as members. Mobile reading comes of age.