books to readFive Digital Publishing Questions for Eric Huang (Digital Book World)
What do you think has been the most newsworthy event for authors in the past year around publishing and digital change?

‘Right to be Forgotten’ Guidelines Published by European Regulators (TechCrunch)
Europe’s Article 29 Working Party, the body comprised of data protection representatives from individual Member States of the European Union, has now published guidelines on the implementation of the so-called ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling, which was handed down by Europe’s top court back in May.

Which Books Must You Read in Your Lifetime? Infographic (GalleyCat)
Have you ever made a bucket list for books? has created an infographic called “12 Books You Should Read Before You Die.”

What’s Going on in the Library? Part 1: Librarian Publishers May Be More Important Than You Think (The Scholarly Kitchen)
A few years ago I was attending a library conference where, at the end of one of the concurrent sessions, an impromptu unconference sprang up on the evolving role of librarians.

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