Morning Roundup: Customers resist Samsung bloatware. An indie author manifesto and more
April 24, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
Mark Coker’s Indie Author Manifesto (Smashwords Blog)
We indie authors believe all writers are created equal, that all writers are endowed with natural creative potential, and that writers have an unalienable right to exercise, explore, and realize their potential through the freedom of publication.
Letter from a Literary Agent (Joe Konrath)
But how about agents, like the one who sent me the above email, who want to work with authors but can’t invest money in cover art and formatting?
Customers Resist Samsung Bloatware (GoodeReader)
Samsung uses their dominant Android market share position to have the highest concentration of bloatware out of any Android vendor.
UK Filters and the Slippery Slope of Mass Censorship (Techdirt)
While it quickly came out that the filters were blocking tons of legitimate content (as filters always do), the UK government quickly moved to talk about ways to expand what the filters covered.
Kindle Daily Deals: Reconstructing Amelia (and others)