The Morning Coffee – 6 January 2012

The Morning Coffee - 6 January 2012 Morning Coffee And here are some interesting stories from the past day.

  • A Gadget Is More Than the Sum of Its Parts (The NYTimes)
  • AP Branches Out Its Digital Syndication, Adds Pulse To The Mix (MocoNews)
  • E-book sales top 5 million for James Patterson (AP)
  • Financial Times acquires London-based developer of its HTML5 web app (TechCrunch Europe)
  • New Project MUSE Web Interface is Live for eBooks and Journals (No Shelf Required)
  • Liberty Media Could Buy Barnes & Noble's Nook: Analyst (The Street)
  • Traditional vs self-publishing: Neither is the perfect solution (O'Reilly Radar)

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