Here are a few posts to read this morning.
- California universities to produce 50 open-source textbooks (Ars Technica)
- Chinese Encyclopedia Wins $86,000 in Lawsuit Against Apple over App Store Piracy (TNW)
- Do you remember when Sony was Apple? | The Audiophiliac (CNET News)
I'm New to Indie Publishing, Part 3: Is Select a Long-Term Answer? (Failure Ahoy!)
Japan's New Anti-Download Law Starts Today (Tech in Asia)
The Kindle Monologues
Let me guess: You sleep with your iPad, don’t you? (Nieman Journalism Lab)
The only people that get 'it' are Apple and Amazon (Apathy Online)
The link third from the bottom is definitely worth reading.