Newspapers May be Dying but the Internet Didn’t Kill Them (GigaOM)newspapers
As journalism professor George Brock points out, the newspaper industry has been in decline since long before the internet came along — and journalism is doing fine if you know where to look.
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Cote Details Limits of Apple’s Relationship with Publishers (Good e-Reader)
In a seventeen page document from US Judge Denise Cote filed on September 5th, Apple learned the full extent of how it is expected to conduct business with publishers from now on.
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The Number One Book Brits Pretend to Have Read is 1984, But for Americans It’s Pride and Prejudice (The Digital Reader)
We all know that people tend to stretch the truth about their reading habits in order to come across as being smart, but did you know that the fib varies by country and culture?
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The Most Popular Nobel Prize in Literature Laurates (GalleyCat)
Who is your favorite Nobel Prize winning author? The Nobel Prize for Literature website listed the “Most Popular Literature Laureates” on its website, and some of the names might surprise you.
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Kindle Daily Deals: “Nevermore” by William Hjortsberg (and 3 others)


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