Here are a few stories to read this morning.
- 10 Words You Literally Didn’t Know You Were Getting Wrong (LitReactor)
- 3D printing: Difference Engine: The PC all over again? (The Economist)
- 4 Ways High School Makes You Hate Reading (Cracked.com)
Banned Books Bullshit, Year 4 (Agnostic, Maybe)
Ebook publishing platforms are a joke (FutureBook)
The Five Stages Of Grief Following The Publication Of One’s First Book (The Awl)
I love my Kindle, but it drives me crazy (TechHive)
iPads for Everyone: How a small library program became a runaway hit (The Digital Shift)
Libboo Raises $1.1m for Book Publishing and Social Discovery Platform (TNW)
The “Lost” Steve Jobs Speech from 1983; Foreshadowing Wireless Networking, the iPad, and the App Store (Life, Liberty, and Tech)
Nobody Knows Anything About the Indie Book Business (The Passive Voice)
This is the Modem World: Why are printers stuck in the 20th century? (Engadget)
Thomas Allen Turns Science Textbooks Into Romantic Art (Tor.com)
The lost Steve Jobs interview is definitely worth listening to.