August 1, 2010

The public knows the score and the artists are clueless and the businessmen are full of shit.

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August 1, 2010

Recorded Future – A White Paper on Temporal Analytics | Recorded Future Blog


August 1, 2010

Short Story Library – Free Online Magazine – Poetry, Micro Fiction, Flash Fiction and Short Stories


Money Changes Everything

August 1, 2010

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The response to the WSJ article on online privacy+ads nicely demonstrates that if you write for money online, odds are that you’re a scumbagSun Aug 01 20:11:07  via web


August 1, 2010

Approximately 5 minutes after this was announced the entire book world went a little bit apeshit.

Three Percent: Odyssey Editions


August 1, 2010

The real trouble with Amazon, it seems, is that nobody truly believes we were better off without it.

Three Percent: A Rational Discussion about Amazon


August 1, 2010

But the harsh truth is: it doesn’t matter whether publishers engage or not. Those publishers who don’t engage will be cut out of the loop as the world rolls on regardless. It doesn’t even matter whether they decide to pay fair royalties or not. Ultimately, it’s not their decision any more. The economics of the new publishing are open to all. Publishers no longer have the monopoly. Anyone can play. And if someone chooses to take their ball away and play a different game with someone else, what, exactly, are you going to do about it?

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