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If you are a fan of the TEDTalks, you will be happy to know that they have just launched TEDBooks, an imprint of short nonfiction works designed for digital distribution.

“The success of TEDTalks has demonstrated that millions of people around the world are hungry to absorb new ideas,” said TED curator Chris Anderson. “But not everyone has the time to go out and read an entire book on an interesting subject. TEDBooks fill that gap. Their shorter format allows someone to see an idea fleshed out in a satisfying way — without having to set aside a week of reading time.”

They are releasing the first three titles as Amazon Singles:

TED + books = Better TED and read.

David Isaacson
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