Morning Coffee – 18 December 2015

23521728000_43310d5679_bHere are seven stories to read this morning.

  1. The 6 most ridiculous 'Star Wars' books ever published (LA Times)
  2. Ask The Chefs: How Do You Find Time To Stay Informed? (The Scholarly Kitchen)
  3. Bibliomanager Launches Print-On-Demand in Spain and Latin America (Publishing Perspectives)
  4. Big-Box Bookstores Don’t Have to Die (Slate, The Passive Voice)
  5. CILIP launches My Library By Right campaign to pressure UK government (TeleRead)
  6. Rightscorp wins landmark ruling, Cox hit with $25M verdict in copyright case (Ars Technica)
  7. Stela – The New Style of Digital Comics (ComicMix)

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2 Comments on Morning Coffee – 18 December 2015

  1. Re: The Ars Technica piece: Those Cox execs sound about as clueless about e-mail as the BPH conspirators and government apparatchiks embroiled in e-mail scandals. Emails are official documents and should not be used to carry out illegal, unethical, or partisan activities.

    You do not put in an email anything you don’t want to see reported in public or introduced as evidence in a court of law.

    Technological illiteracy, like stupidity, is its own punishment.

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