Top stories this Monday morning include a round dozen posts which I think are worth reading, including David Gaughran's debunking of the whole Mein Kampf best-seller nonsense (link), the unfortunate clash of fair use and creative commons (link), a new top ten list of books for you to lie about reading - I've actually read 5 of the titles (link), Chris Meadows' breakdown of the latest stage of the Apple antittust case (link), and more.
- How I Built a Raspberry Pi Tablet (MAKE)
- Opinion filing details Judge Cote’s rationale for denying stay of Apple monitor (TeleRead)
- The Top Ten Books People Lie About Reading (Federalist Papers)
- This used to be a book (FutureBook)
- Two editors you don’t want working on your nonfiction book (Joe Clark, Toronto)
- Why Audio Never Goes Viral (Digg)