Morning Coffee

Morning Coffee – 27 May 2016

26 May, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are ten stories to read this morning. Business Musings: The Grant of Rights Clause (Contracts/Dealbreakers) (Kristine Kathryn Rusch) Consumers believe they have more rights than they really do [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 25 May 2016

24 May, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are ten stories to read this morning. Amazon Kindle Oasis: E-reader for the one percent (ZDNet) Can I Publish This Photograph of the Mona Lisa? (An American Editor) Do you have to poop when [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 23 May 2016

22 May, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. Amazon's screenwriting tool lets you easily share scripts (Engadget) Can You Cheat At Reading? (BookRiot) Court Says Google Doesn't Have A First [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 20 May 2016

19 May, 2016 // 2 Comments

Here are seven  stories to read this morning. Bookslut was born in an era of internet freedom. Today's web has killed it (The Guardian) Do you still need paper books at home for kids? (Teleread) [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 19 May 2016

18 May, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. A Dozen Bad Ideas That Were Raised At The Copyright Office's DMCA Roundtables (Techdirt) Google’s 1st Amendment defense to search censorship fails in [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 18 May 2016

17 May, 2016 // 2 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. Academic Publishing Meets Open Access (Bloomberg View) Five interesting facts about Adobe legacy eBook RMSDK (Medium) Five Reasons PDFs Are Better Than [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 17 May 2016

16 May, 2016 // 2 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. The craze for adult colouring books shows how we've all become infants (The Telegraph) A few thoughts on standardisation, W3C, and the IDPF (Baldur [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 16 May 2016

15 May, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. Are Amazon Ebook Giveaways a Scam? (The Passive Voice) Business Musings: Long-Term Thinking: The Option Clause (Contracts/Dealbreakers) (Kristine Kathryn [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 13 May 2016

12 May, 2016 // 5 Comments

Here are eleven stories to read this morning. 24 Things No One Tells You About Book Publishing (BuzzFeed News) Books and How We Talk About Immigration (Book Riot) The business case for community [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 12 May 2016

11 May, 2016 // 3 Comments

Here are nine stories to read this morning. The Art of Paying Attention (Writers Unboxed) As BEA opens: A New Global Ebook Report (PP) BEA 2016: Bragging Rights for Baen Books (PW) Building Your [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 11 May 2016

10 May, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are five stories to read this morning. Discover Books Donates Large Numbers of Books (Internet Archive Blogs) Easier downloads of OverDrive library books on the way for Kobos (Teleread) [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 10 May 2016

9 May, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are nine stories to read this morning. Article critical of transgender movement sets off debate about 'The Antioch Review' (InsideHigherEd) Barnes & Noble Founder Retires, Leaving His [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 9 May 2016

8 May, 2016 // 2 Comments

Here are seven stories to read this morning. 50 best cult books (The Telegraph) Against the "Serious Reader" (Book Riot) Amazon 1-star review farming on Craigslist: How safe is your book? (TeleRead) [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 6 May 2016

6 May, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are six stories to read this morning. Business Musings: Agents and Estates (Contracts/Dealbreakers/Estates) (Kristine Kathryn Rusch) Impressions of Scribd’s New Terms (Juli Monroe) Long-Form [Read More ...]

Morning Coffee – 5 May 2016

4 May, 2016 // 0 Comments

Here are six stories to read this morning. Can we trust latest UK government library usage figures? (TeleRead) Kindle Tricks - Tips for Your Kindle (Women's Day) The most ridiculous adult colouring [Read More ...]
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