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  • March 15, 2013
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Sprinkle The inhabitants of Titan, one of Saturn’s moons, lived out their days happily and peacefully in straw hut homes, without the need for fire protection or defense for as long as anyone could remember. Then one day, space tourists from Earth inadvertently crashed through Saturn’s rings, bringing a storm of flaming asteroids crashing down…

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  • January 3, 2012
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Here are a few posts form the past few days. The Evolution of E-books and Interlibrary Loan in Academic Libraries (InfoDocket) Google Book Search Redux (Coyle’s) Launching the University Press Content Consortium (Director’s Musings) Spain Gets its Own SOPA-Style Anti-Piracy Law For Shutting Down Websites (ReadWriteWeb) Why Books and Magazines have Edges (Exact Editions) Free…

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  • January 2, 2012
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click the image for more details For those of us who aren’t taking today off, here are a few stories form the weekend. 2011: The Year the eBook Wars Broke Out (Go to Hellman) 2012 Publishing Predictions (Dear Author) A few future sources of ebook innovation (FutureBook) Guilty? Innocent? What’s the end-of-the-year ruling in the…

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  • January 2, 2012
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click the image for more details For those of us who aren’t taking today off, here are a few stories form the weekend. 2011: The Year the eBook Wars Broke Out (Go to Hellman) 2012 Publishing Predictions (Dear Author) A few future sources of ebook innovation (FutureBook) Guilty? Innocent? What’s the end-of-the-year ruling in the…

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  • December 30, 2011
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Here are a few stories from the past Day or so, plus one older story. The Ape and the iPad (David Worlock) Life magazine celebrates 75 years with new iPad app (MacNN) Pumping the E-Brakes (Inside Higher Ed) Some Undergrads Skipping Textbook Buying (Campus Technology) A Taxonomy of Tech Bloggers –Who Will Lead Beyond The…