Interview with Laura Hasson as part of the My International Shelf series, with a focus on Global Book Trends with e-Readers. … Read More My International Shelf: Global Book Trends with e-Readers
Today, for the last (and 8th) time, I went to see the Âmes Sauvage exhibition at Musée D’Orsay. It’s so inspiring and heartwarming to see artists from the Baltics, my little part of the world, being recognised on a global scale. Thank you ❤️🇱🇻🇪🇪🇱🇹
Last week I had the honour of participating in the XXVI Latvian Song and XVI Dance Festival in Riga. This was the 145th anniversary of the festival and it fell on the centennial of Latvian Independence, so it was truly a spectacular event. There is truly nothing more rewarding nor patriotic than participating alongside 43,219… Read More XXVI Latvian Song and XVI Dance Festival
It was my honour to have the opportunity to discuss world media, the future of print publishing and the phenomenon of ‘Fake News’. The meeting was organised at Kaņepes Kultūras Nams by Young Media Sharks and the German Embassy in Riga. The discussion was very interesting, compared cultural differences in print media between Latvia, Germany… Read More Meeting President Steinmeier
As first appeared in Digital Publishing: Assignment 1 One of the biggest threats to the music industry has been pirating songs and cheating artists out of royalties. When publishers began digitalising novels, e-book piracy was a concern all parties involved had to consider. Although, piracy is not a novel concept; centuries ago, publishers used to… Read More Are e-book publishers repeating the mistakes of the music industry?