Weekend Roundup: Godwin’s Law is Alive on Bestseller Lists, Earn High School Diploma at the Library
January 12, 2014 | 11:06 am
By Joanna Cabot
Hitler’s Book Rising in Non-Fiction Charts (GoodeReader)
Move over, ebook authors, there’s a new bestselling author to watch out for. The fact that he was evil and responsible for the slaughter of millions of people shouldn’t matter, right?
As Sites and Services Become Aware, the Age of Pervasive Commerce Begins (GigaOM)
Get ready for a “product aware” world in which wearables, location and machine learning blur the lines between online and real world commerce to deliver hyper targeted results.
Earn a High School Diploma at the Los Angeles Public Library (GalleyCat)
The Los Angeles Public Library has formed a partnership with a private digital learning company. Together, they will launch a program to help residents, who are secondary school dropouts, earn accredited high school diplomas.
Redefining the Middleman (Digital Book World)
Generate a word-cloud from publishing commentary over the past half-decade, and “disintermediation” would undoubtedly appear in large type.
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