The Morning Coffee – 5 April 2013

Here are a few stories to read this morning.

  • Conservative group names Barnes & Noble, ALA "facilitators of porn" (MobyLives)
  • Copyright As Censorship: University Threatens Own Faculty With Copyright Infringement For Campus Survey (Techdirt)
  • Four Years « Kristine Kathryn Rusch (The Business Rusch)
  • Kids in Shanghai Will Have A “Digital Schoolbag” and Read Digital Textbooks (TechNode)
  • A majority of the biggest newspapers in the country now have paywalls [infographic] (paidContent)
  • NOOK Tablet gets official nightly builds of CM10.1 (Android 4.2) (Liliputing)
  • Scribd reveals it was hacked this week, informs ‘less than 1%’ of users their passwords were compromised (TNW)
  • Self-Publishing Is The Blah Blah And Floo-Dee-Doo And Poop Noise (terribleminds: chuck wendig)
  • Six Types Of Poems To Banish Writers Block (LitReactor)
  • ’Tis pity it’s an apostrophe (Luna’s Café)

P.S. Happy birthday to me. I'm 34.

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