The Daily Square – Too Much Information Edition

July 8th, 2006 · No Comments
by Kassia Krozser

Today’s links of interest:

  • The Millions (A Blog About Books): Don’t Fear the Pirate
    Max picks up a quote from Cory Doctorow, who notes that the biggest fear of a SF writer is obscurity. And that maybe piracy isn’t always a bad thing.
  • Infodump Assumptions
    Matt ponders the infodump in fiction.
  • Isabel Swift… Freedom =/= Free
    Swift, of Harlequin Enterprises, opens up the discussion of artists and compensation and fairness. These are the issues we should be discussing. Should have been discussing ten years ago. Now to start the debate. Also, a look at some bad behavior by a maj
  • Teach Me Tonight: A Celebration of Love
    Laura Vivanco looks at redemption in the form of love.
  • Victoria Strauss — Rebuttal Scuttlebutt
    A nice dissection of less-than-savory business practices done by less-than-savory Print-on-Demand publishers (this is the point where we remind you that it’s fine to self-publish, just do your homework), with a special emphasis on the super-unsavory pract
  • Inside Higher Ed :: Public Access
    The super-nifty Scott McLemee expands upon his talk about university presses getting all digital with it.
  • Studios Learning that A-List Isn’t Everything
    Apparently the majors are catching onto the fact that all that star power is expensive and sometimes you have to say no. This will be a tough learning curve, but we suspect the studios will feel just fine once they practice in the mirror a few times.

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