Old news

I’m now doing news largely on my Twitter feed, in addition to posting them in the blog.  I used to keep newslinks in the navigation bar of the webpage.  However, there are so many, they make it harder to see other links.  I’m going to start moving newslinks on to this page.  Why keep them at all?  They can still be interesting.  :)

  • 2 schools spurn Kindle, saying blind can’t use it
  • 5 questions for Bruce McCall
  • 5 Stocks That Laugh at Wall Street
  • A close read finds hope in the madness of book-price wars
  • A Kindle for the rest of us?
  • Amazon Enters The Battle Of The E-Books
  • AMAZON HITS GOOGLE PLAN FOR BOOKS
  • Amazon Is Killing the Kindle
  • Amazon Kindle Gearing Up for UK Launch
  • Amazon Kindle’s New Role: Script Reader
  • Amazon refunds $20 to International Kindle customers in response to Nook
  • Amazon set to release Kindle for PC app
  • Amazon’s Perfect Mistake
  • Amazon.com Offers to Replace Copies of Orwell Book
  • Amazon.com, Sony Should Drop Reader Price to $50
  • An Interview with Michael Hart (Project Gutenberg)
  • Analysis: Nook could pre-empt the rumored Apple tablet
  • AUO to kindle rivalry with half-price e-readers
  • B&N Nook beats Amazon Kindle & Sony Reader, here’s why
  • B&N’s Nook e-reader: Weirdly unrevolutionary
  • Barnes & Noble officially launches nook e-reader: $259, pre-orders are live (video)
  • Barnes & Noble puts its considerable weight behind the EPUB e-book standard
  • Barnes & Noble sued by eReader maker Spring Design
  • Barnes & Noble Wants to Crush Amazon’s Kindle. And It Just Might Work.
  • Billion dollar book trade can avoid music’s mistakes
  • Buy a Kindle, Get the [New York] Times for Free
  • Congress, Washington Catches Kindle Mania
  • Digital books will hurt bookstores, analysts say
  • Digital School Library Leaves Book Stacks Behind
  • Disney Digitizes Classic Children’s Books For New Subscription Site
  • DOJ: Google’s book settlement needs rewrite
  • E-book release delayed for Kennedy memoir
  • E-books catching on with readers
  • Ebooks Gain Foothold at Frankfurt Book Fair
  • Electronic Book Readers
  • Fewer books for international Kindle
  • Fit for the Holidays: Amazon is Shaping Up and Shipping Out
  • Free E-books Spur Sales at Kensington
  • Geek Gift Guide 2009: Amazon Kindle DX
  • German Publishers Recoil from E-Books
  • Get Ready for the E-Reader Rumble of 2010
  • Google and Amazon Increasingly at Odds Over E-Books
  • Google Book settlement: Alternatives and alterations
  • Google digital books can become instant paperbacks
  • Google sparks e-books fight with Kindle
  • Google Working to Modify Settlement, Publishers Say
  • How e-Books Could Smarten Up Kids and Stretch Library Dollars: A National Plan
  • How Google Editions Will Make ‘Kindle Killers’ Irrelevant
  • Independent – and sticking to it
  • iRiver enters e-book readers with Story
  • Is This the Device That Will Revolutionize Reading?
  • Kindle arrives at the Wilmington Library
  • Kindle for the Academic
  • Kindle Goes International — With a Little Help From AT&T
  • Kindle readers beware: Amazon is watching you read 1984
  • Kindle will be hobbled in the UK and EU
  • Kindle, Price War Changing the Way We Read
  • Macmillan US opens up new front in battle over e-book royalty rates
  • Macmillan’s Revised Contract Lowers Digital Royalties, Raises Direct to Consumer
  • Megan Fox prefers Kindle to dry paper when reading scripts
  • More to the Kindle than meets the eye
  • MTS in talks to bring Kindle to Russia -sources
  • New E-Book Company to Focus on Older Titles
  • New Stephen King e-book delayed
  • Our read on Amazon vs. Wal-Mart: Books matter less and less
  • Price war could change the look of your library
  • Remembrance of Times past
  • Rep. Al Green: Amazon Kindle is the ‘next big thing’
  • Schools Dump Textbooks for iPods, Laptops
  • Sony store for self-publishers
  • Spring Design E-reader Offers Web Browsing
  • Step Aside, Kindle — Nook Has Android on Its Side
  • Student finds auditor’s stolen Kindle
  • Suddenly, Earth-Friendly E-Readers Are Everywhere
  • The Book That Contains All Books
  • The Coming E-Book Boom
  • THE ELECTRONIC BOOK BURNING–ALAN KAUFMAN’S ESSAY IN THE NEW EVERGREEN REVIEW ON HI-TECH’S DESTRUCTION OF THE BOOK
  • The Future of Reading by Barry Sonnenfeld
  • The Great Conversation Interrupted. Kindle, Annotated.
  • The Kindle works
  • The Motley Fool: Amazon Has an Early Lead, but the Game’s Not Over
  • The new Kindle on campus: CWRU and Amazon partner to test the Kindle DX
  • Welcome to the library. Say goodbye to the books.
  • What E-Readers Mean for Digital Magazines
  • Whitney Pow: The book experience we miss out on when we use Kindle
  • Why Apple’s Tablet Will Eat Kindle’s Lunch
  • Why Are Books Disappearing From The Kindle Store?
  • Why E-Books Are Stuck in a Black-and-White World
  • Why the e-reader market needs to kill DRM now
  • Why the iPhone’s No Kindle Killer
  • Will Barnes & Noble E-reader Push Kindle Prices Lower?
  • Will Books Be Napsterized?
  • ‘Vanity’ Press Goes Digital  
  • A Kindle Obituary
  • AAP Reports March Gains in Publishing Sales
  • Life Among the Pirates
  • Legal issues raise question over iPad agency model in UK
  • 14 minute video review of Sony’s PRS-900 
  • 2 schools spurn Kindle, saying blind can’t use it
  • 5 Questions for Bruce McCall
  • 5 Stocks That Laugh at Wall Street 
  • 5 top publishers plan rival to Kindle format
  • @ eBook Summit: Sony’s Haber: You Can’t Make Money Selling E-Books For $9.99; DRM Is A Good Thing 
  • A close read finds hope in the madness of book-price wars
  • A Kindle for the rest of us?
  • A Page is Turned
  • A Very Special Holiday E-Reader Roundup
  • Amazon Enters the Battle Of The E-Book
  • Amazon faces a fight in new chapter for e-book
  • Amazon Fires Missile At Book Industry, Launches 70% Kindle Royalty Option
  • Amazon Is Killing the Kindle 
  • Amazon keeps ebook rivals guessing on Kindle sales
  • Amazon Promotion Tempts Book Lovers With Free Kindles 
  • Amazon Pulls Macmillan Books Over E-Book Price Disagreement
  • Amazon refunds $20 to International Kindle customers in response to Nook
  • Amazon set to release Kindle for PC app
  • Amazon shares up after Kindle boosts e-book sales 
  • Amazon to boost e-book sales by 83 percent in 2010, Credit Suisse says
  • Amazon to launch Kindle in Canada
  • Amazon Wants To Give A Free Kindle To All Amazon Prime Subscribers
  • Amazon will update Kindle with more features for the visually impaired
  • Amazon’s e-reader doesn’t exactly kindle my passion
  • Amazon’s Kindle should watch out! Barnes & Noble Nook sells out, too late for holiday orders
  • Amazon’s Kindle Yet to Make an Impact in India
  • An E-Book Buyer’s Guide to Privacy
  • An Interview with Michael Hart (Project Gutenberg)
  • Analysis: Nook could pre-empt the rumored Apple tablet
  • Apple Adds 2 Publishers to Its Store for E-Books
  • Apple Tablet Geared as Kindle Killer
  • Apple’s iPad and the Evolution of Books
  • Apple’s iPad may not be ready to save print media
  • Apple’s Prices for E-Books May Be Lower Than Expected
  • As Amazon’s profits rise, how important is the Kindle?
  • ASUS Joins the E-Reader Party
  • At Record-Busting $19 Mil, It’s Happy Holiday Season for E-Books
  • AUO to kindle rivalry with half-price e-readers
  • Australian CNET Review: Amazon Kindle
  • B&N Nook beats Amazon Kindle & Sony Reader, here’s why
  • B&N’s Nook e-reader: Weirdly unrevolutionary
  • Barnes & Noble Finding a Nook at Best Buy Stores
  • Barnes & Noble Nook (MobileTechReview)
  • Barnes & Noble officially launches nook e-reader: $259, pre-orders are live (video)
  • Barnes & Noble puts its considerable weight behind the EPUB e-book standard
  • Barnes & Noble Reports Holiday Sales Results
  • Barnes & Noble sued by eReader maker Spring Design
  • Barnes & Noble Wants to Crush Amazon’s Kindle. And It Just Might Work.
  • Barnes & Noble: A besieged giant
  • Battle over e-book prices may be nearing truce
  • Battle over e-book prices may be nearing truce
  • Billion dollar book trade can avoid music’s mistakes
  • Bogus Tech Measurements
  • Book Publishers Beware! At iTunes, Expensive Music Equals Slower Sales.
  • Breaking News: Amazon’s Kindle Offers Worse Newspaper-Reading Experience Than Actually Reading a Newspaper
  • Brief of Google Inc. In Support of Motion for Final Approval of Amended Settlement Agreement
  • Can Chegg Beat the Kindle at the Textbook Game?
  • Can e-books save publishing?
  • Canada’s Largest Indie Retailer Enters Bankruptcy Protection
  • City Council Backs Away From Kindle
  • Congress, Washington Catches Kindle Mania
  • Consumers will force books rethink
  • Cost of an E-Book Will Be Going Up
  • Curtain falls on the digital decade
  • Decade in books: Writers work magic, delivery has transformed
  • Digital books will hurt bookstores, analysts say
  • Digital Format No Threat to Books
  • Digital School Library Leaves Book Stacks Behind
  • Digital textbooks likely to energize e-book war
  • Disney Digitizes Classic Children’s Books For New Subscription Site
  • E-book prices might rise, but popularity won’t decrease, students say
  • E-books catching on with readers
  • E-books spark battle inside the publishing industry
  • e-Books: Averting a digital horror story
  • E-readers are gaining popularity rapidly
  • Ebooks Gain Foothold at Frankfurt Book Fair
  • Electronic Book Readers
  • EndGadget’s nook Review
  • Enigmatic Apple tablet looks like a bigger iPhone
  • Experts still see hope for e-readers
  • Fewer books for international Kindle
  • First Look At Blio, Ray Kurzweil’s Tablet-Friendly Ebook Format
  • First Look: Sony Reader Daily Edition PRS-900 eBook Reader
  • Fit for the Holidays: Amazon is Shaping Up and Shipping Out
  • Foreign companies eye China’s e-book market
  • Free E-books Spur Sales at Kensington
  • Freescale’s New Chip Could Revolutionize E-Readers
  • From engadget: Indian website copies Amazon and Kindle
  • From Spotify to Bookify: how playlists could revolutionize the books market
  • Geek Gift Guide 2009: Amazon Kindle DX
  • German Publishers Recoil from E-Books
  • Ghana: First day in the classroom
  • Google Book settlement: Alternatives and alterations
  • Google digital books can become instant paperbacks
  • Google Settlement Filed
  • Google sparks e-books fight with Kindle
  • Google Working to Modify Settlement, Publishers Say
  • Hachette Joins Apple’s Anti-Amazon Book Club
  • Hands-On With the Alex: An Android-Powered, Dual-Screen Reader
  • Hanwang eyes big e-reader market
  • Hearst-Backed Skiff Takes On Kindle With E-Book Ads, Videos
  • How Digitized Content Democratizes Knowledge
  • How e-Books Could Smarten Up Kids and Stretch Library Dollars: A National Plan
  • How Google Editions Will Make ‘Kindle Killers’ Irrelevant
  • How the Amazon Kindle May Evolve in 2010
  • How to Kindle your love of e-reading
  • I Am Nook (video)
  • I kid you not, I’m a Kindle convert
  • In Familiar Books, a Plot Twist: Battle on Electronic Rights
  • Independent – and sticking to it
  • Irex’s E-Reader Poses No Threat to the Kindle
  • iRiver enters e-book readers with Story
  • Is Amazon Working Backwards?
  • Is This the Device That Will Revolutionize Reading?
  • Kindle arrives at the Wilmington Library
  • Kindle comes to Canada
  • Kindle coming to Target on April 25?
  • Kindle for the Academic
  • Kindle is novel idea, but no reason to buy
  • Kindle PDF Support Broadens Ebook Reader Appeal for Businesses
  • Kindle readers beware: Amazon is watching you read 1984
  • The Kindle Swindle?</li>
  • Kindle will be hobbled in the UK and EU
  • Kindle, Nook and Other E-Readers to Take Off in 2010
  • Kindle, Price War Changing the Way We Read
  • Kindle-killers? A flood of e-readers on the way, some featuring touch and even video chat
  • Kobo e-reader to heat up Kindle competition
  • Kobo’s $150 eReader: First hands-on
  • LG’s e-reader to take on rivals iPad, Kindle
  • Library in a Pocket
  • Local titles enter publishing’s next chapter
  • M-Edge Accessories Partners with The New Yorker to Create Branded Jackets for Amazon Kindle
  • Macmillan CEO John Sargent on the agency model, availability and price
  • Macmillan E-Royalties at 25%
  • Macmillan US opens up new front in battle over e-book royalty rates
  • Macmillan’s Amazon Beatdown Proves Content Is King
  • Macmillan’s Revised Contract Lowers Digital Royalties, Raises Direct to Consumer
  • Math of Publishing Meets the E-Book
  • Mayor, city council to get Kindles
  • McGraw-Hill’s CEO confirms Apple tablet, debuting tomorrow
  • More Fuzzy E-Book Numbers, This Time From Apple
  • More to the Kindle than meets the eye
  • MTS in talks to bring Kindle to Russia -sources
  • National license for Springer eBooks signed in Germany
  • Nearly 95 Percent of e-Reader Owners Are Happy With Their Devices
  • New E Ink Leader Sees Colorful Future for Company Under Taiwan’s Prime View International
  • New E-Book Company to Focus on Older Titles
  • New Stephen King e-book delayed
  • New York Times Creates New Unit Focused on E-Editions
  • Next threat to Amazon’s $9.99 books? Rupert Murdoch
  • nook Availability Update: Order Now for the New Year
  • Not Yet The Season For a Nook
  • Notion Ink Adam Tablet Out to Squash iPad
  • Notion Ink’s Adam Tablet Will Have Flash, Output At 1080p and Have Battery Life 2x Longer Than iPad
  • On-loan Kindles are a circulation success in OSU community
  • Our read on Amazon vs. Wal-Mart: Books matter less and less
  • Over One-Third of Americans Read More Than Ten Books in Typical Year
  • Paperback may be trumped by popular e-book this year
  • Periscope® Lighted Folio Compatible with Amazon Kindle 2, Kindle International Edition and Barnes & Noble nook!
  • Pixel Qi: The Screen Tech Behind CES’ Most Buzzworthy Gadgets
  • Price war could change the look of your library
  • PriceGrabber.com’s eReader & eBook Trends (pdf)
  • Publishers thumbing over electronic reading devices
  • Remembrance of Times past
  • Rep. Al Green: Amazon Kindle is the ‘next big thing’
  • Rumor Has It: Apple “iSlate” Intended as a Kindle Killer
  • Savings experiment: Does the Kindle beat buying books
  • Schools Dump Textbooks for iPods, Laptops
  • Sony store for self-publishers
  • Sony’s Daily Edition Catches Kindle, Trails iPad
  • Spring Design E-reader Offers Web Browsing
  • Start Talking, Amazon
  • Step Aside, Kindle — Nook Has Android on Its Side
  • Student finds auditor’s stolen Kindle
  • Study: 9 million pirated book copies were downloaded (pdf)
  • Study: Rumors of Written-Word Death Greatly Exaggerated
  • Suddenly, Earth-Friendly E-Readers Are Everywhere
  • Tension grows as publishers target Amazon Kindle pricing
  • The Book That Contains All Books
  • The Coming E-Book Boom
  • The Customer Is Always Right: Jeff Bezos
  • The Customer’s Always Right – Who Is Today’s Book Consumer? (PowerPoint)
  • THE ELECTRONIC BOOK BURNING–ALAN KAUFMAN’S ESSAY IN THE NEW EVERGREEN REVIEW ON HI-TECH’S DESTRUCTION OF THE BOOK
  • The first eBook bestseller is born: Wallace & Gromit for iPhone scores half a million downloads
  • The Future of Reading by Barry Sonnenfeld
  • The Great Conversation Interrupted. Kindle, Annotated.
  • The internet is sundering the social connections we need
  • The Kindle works
  • The Kindle: Who’s afraid of this little white tablet?
  • The Motley Fool: Amazon Has an Early Lead, but the Game’s Not Over
  • The new Kindle on campus: CWRU and Amazon partner to test the Kindle DX
  • The Nook Is The New Zune
  • The secret behind the Kindle’s best-selling e-books: They’re not for sale
  • The Skiff aims to be the e-reader for newspapers and magazines
  • Third Party Barnes & Noble nook eBook Reader Accessories Start Appearing
  • To Beat Apple, Amazon Needs to Let Publishers Win
  • Top authors await ebook bonanza
  • TSA: iPad, Netbooks Can Remain in Carry-On
  • Two major publishers to hold back e-books
  • U.S. Book Sales to Increase on E-Books, Goldman Says
  • UGA researchers find e-readers fall short as news delivery tool
  • Understanding the Limitations – and Maximizing the Value – of eBooks
  • Walmart to Amazon: You’re going down!
  • Watch Out Apple, Amazon: Qualcomm’s E-Reader Will Play Color Video
  • Welcome to the library. Say goodbye to the books.
  • What Could Have Been Entering the Public Domain on January 1, 2010?
  • What E-Readers Mean for Digital Magazines
  • Whitney Pow: The book experience we miss out on when we use Kindle
  • Who Are Potential Apple Tablet Buyers?
  • Why Amazon Must Now Focus on E-Book Sales
  • Why Apple’s Tablet Will Eat Kindle’s Lunch
  • Why Are Books Disappearing From The Kindle Store?
  • Why E-Books Are Stuck in a Black-and-White World
  • Why the e-reader market needs to kill DRM now
  • Why the iPhone’s No Kindle Killer
  • Will Apple’s Tablet Kill the Kindle? (And Does it Really Matter?)
  • Will Barnes & Noble E-reader Push Kindle Prices Lower?
  • Will Books Be Napsterized?
  • WSJ: Apple wants e-books to be $12.99 or $14.99 for hardcover best sellers
  • Year will be more than just a page-turner, it’ll be a new era
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