Blurring the line between apps and books


Stephen Elliott, a 38-year-old from San Francisco, just introduced his first piece of software for sale: an app for the iPad and iPhone called “The Adderall Diaries,” reports the New York Times. He’s not exactly a programmer--better to call him a writer. And the app that he conceived looks a lot like an electronic book. That is, most people who buy the app will do so to read the text
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