Here are a few stories to read this morning.
But first, SID Display Week is coming up in just a couple weeks. It is in Vancouver, BC this year, and I will of course be in attendance.
- Amazon has big challenges to overcome in China before it launches the Kindle there (TNW)
- Amazon vs. Nook (The Passive Voice)
- Are eBooks Too Cheap?: Indie Authors Question 99 Cent Price (HuffPo)
- The Author Exploitation Business (David Gaughran)
Author Hanif Kureishi loses life savings to suspected fraud (The Guardian)
Authors and book rights – some more truths (FutureBook)
Cory Doctorow: Improving Book Publicity in the 21st Century (Locus Online Perspectives)
The fate of today’s book bloggers (Tobias Buckell Online)
Feed Wrangler: An RSS reader users have to pay to access (PandoDaily)
Goodreads Alternative Riffle Goes Live (PW)
Hearst Gets a Million Subscribers iPad, Kindle, Android Editions (AllThingsD)
Lessons Learned from the Google Reader Switchover (TeleRead)
The Real Problem With Piracy (by baekdal)
'To Kill a Mockingbird' author Lee sues her agent over copyright (Reuters)
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