Today’s links of interest:
- Rumsfeld memoir to be published in 2010
Adding to the pile of "memoirs" that are really not so much about reality.
- Deborah Anne MacGillivray Harasses Reader
Wow, this is, without a doubt, the most fun we’ve had reading the Internet in ages.
- The Pound Weighs Heavily in London
Or, lessons in that newfangled global economy (also, the pound isn’t so much rising as it is dropping).
- E-books niche growing, but people still love paper
File under: Headlines, obvious.
- Penguin to publish new titles as ebooks
And this would be much cooler news if Penguin hadn’t said this: "The ebooks will come out at the same time as the print edition and will cost the same."
- Libel fears stop Tom Cruise biography’s sale in Britain
Show of hands: how many people bought this garbage in the U.S.? C’mon admit it. If it truly leaped to the top of the charts, someone in our reading audience must own a copy…
- Lonely Planet rejects author’s claim he made up parts of books, as writer backtracks
You’ve got to admit it’s a new twist on the popular plagiarizing meme.