Morning Coffee

Morning Coffee – 26 July 2016

25 July, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are five stories to read this morning. Alan Moore uses nine-year-old's fan letter on new book's cover (The Guardian) On Gendered Book Covers and Being a Woman Designer (Literary Hub) An Open [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 25 July 2016

24 July, 2016 // 6 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. Big data matters but textual analysis really does not (The Shatzkin Files) Blockchain: Panacea or Pandemic? (The Trichordist) I've Read the Past, And It [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 22 July 2016

21 July, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are nine stories to read this morning. The Biblioracle: Why bookstores are more than places that sell books (Chicago Tribune) Books Are Really Pathetic: Trump, Probably (MobyLives) Donald Trump [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 21 July 2016

20 July, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are five stories to read this morning. Buffy the Vampire Slayer gets adult coloring book (EW.com) How to Jailbreak Your Kindle (LifeHacker) More Copyright Law ? Less Copyright Infringement [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 20 July 2016

19 July, 2016 // 3 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. The bizarre books by Baton Rouge police shooter Gavin Eugene Long, aka Cosmo Setepenra (LA Times) Copyright in Small Claims: An Update (IO: In The [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 19 July 2016

18 July, 2016 // 1 Comment

Here are six stories to read this morning. How I Was Sabotaged by Microsoft (History News Network) Police Confiscate Thousands of Books from Upper West Side Street Vendors (DNAinfo) The secret to [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 18 July 2016

17 July, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are eight stories to read this morning. Four Reasons PDFs Are Better Than Epub (The Digital Reader) Frankly Useless Crank “Knowledge,” Only For Fools (Strong Language) Nick Denton Says [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 15 July 2016

14 July, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. Business Musings: Discount Abuse (Contracts/Dealbreakers) (Kristine Kathryn Rusch) Facebook makes opening links in Messenger 10 times faster (TNW) How [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 14 July 2016

13 July, 2016 // 3 Comments

Here are nine stories to read this morning. Barnes & Noble Throws Self-Publishers a Bone (Future Of Publishing) B&N Education's New Cosmetics Dept is the Death Knell for College Bookstore [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 12 July 2016

11 July, 2016 // 1 Comment

Here are five stories to read this morning. Amazon Prime Day is a raw deal for e-book buyers (Yahoo Finance) Detecting (and Stopping) Robot Pirates (The Scholarly Kitchen) Is Editing a Book Like [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 11 July 2016

10 July, 2016 // 1 Comment

Here are seven stories to read this morning. Ebooks and ‘the tyranny of messaging and notifications’ (Teleread) Fair Use Threatens Innovation, Copyright Holders Warn (TorrentFreak) How to Host a [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 7 July 2016

6 July, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are five stories to read this morning. The 7.5? Teclast X89 Kindow dual-boot tablet is a lot of value for a little money (Teleread) Gay Talese Isn't Alone: Why Aren't More Books Factchecked? [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 6 July 2016

5 July, 2016 // 13 Comments

Here are eight stories to read this morning. Amazon Is Quietly Eliminating List Prices (The New York Times) Amazon KDP and Kindle Unlimited: What It Means for Authors and Publishers (Written Word [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 5 July 2016

4 July, 2016 // 2 Comments

Here are six stories to read this morning. Hard-Core Bookish Insults (Book Riot) How Amazon’s team of old-school book reviewers influences what we read (The Seattle Times) If Philip K. Dick’s [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 1 July 2016

30 June, 2016 // 1 Comment

Here are six stories to read this morning. Facebook does the right thing, looks after its own customers (Talking New Media) How to Write a History of Writing Software (The Atlantic) I Was One of the [Read More ...]
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