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Rackham iPad App

There is a new Alice iPad app, featuring beautifully rendered Arthur Rackham illustrations!  At $2.99 it is a bargain.  Get yours now!  From the iTunes page: • Complete set of Interactive illustrated boards beautifully adapted for iPad and iPad Mini with animations, physical objects, and interactive sounds. • Complete set of original boards presented in… [read full post]

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Free iOS Wonderland Mini Golf Game

Who doesn’t like free stuff?  There’s a new iOS game with a Wonderland theme available, called WonderGolf.  Made by DeNA, help Alice retrieve her stolen MP3 player from the White Rabbit while completing over 70 mini golf games.  Download from iTunes here.  As with many modern apps, this offers in-app purchases, so be careful.

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Another Use of the Latest Technology to Tell the Wonderland Story

These days, we’re all seeing our beloved Victorian era (but let’s face it, timeless) Alice books retold using various forms of cutting edge technology.  Here’s another example, this time from Adobe, that plays with special CSS (cascading style sheet, for non-developer folks) tags to tell the story in a stylish, web-based environment.  You will note that… [read full post]

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Make Your Own Alice Movies With Plotagon Software

If you attended our fall meeting in Los Angeles, you may have already seen a sample of this new tool in action: a company called Plotagon has created an Alice in Wonderland pack for their animated movie creation software.  All you need to do is write your own story, add it to Plotagon’s software, and… [read full post]

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Handcrafted Dodocases for Apple iPads Have Vintage Flair

Looking for a nifty-looking protective case for your new iPad Air?  Or any other iPad, Nexus, Kindle or iPhone, for that matter? Then you might want to check out a company in San Francisco called Dodocase. According to their web site, the company prides itself on using traditional bookbinding techniques, and on manufacturing their cases… [read full post]

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The 43rd Most Highlighted Phrase by Kindle Readers

Speaking of privacy matters, in case you didn’t already know this, Amazon keeps track of what phrases are most often highlighted by folks who read their eBooks on Kindles.  Now, by all rights, if those folks using Kindle readers really knew their Carrolliana, they would have found a way to make it 42nd, but research… [read full post]

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