Archives about Judge Denise Cote
In this week’s rundown of the world of book culture, we take a look at the Man Booker Prize longlist (which is a bit of a sausage fest), as well as briefly summing up some of the issues surrounding net neutrality. What round-up of book news would be complete without mention of Amazon, Hachette, and
It’s been quite the week this week, and the literary world keeps on spinning. In this week’s rundown of book culture, we look back on the life of Nadine Gordimer; we also consider the Apple and the Amazon, and how the two relate to ebooks. There are plenty of footnotes to round things out, with
Another busy week in the wild world of book publishing. The United States has a new poet laureate, Neil Gaiman is miffed with Amazon, and Judge Cote adds yet another case against Apple and the big five publishers. We have a generous selection of footnotes on the value of bookstores, the bravery of librarians, the
Salutations, literary citizens! In this week’s rundown of the wild world of book culture, it’s all about studies, statistics, and surveys. We begin by exploring two revolutions in reading pertaining to mobile devices and men, respectively. Following these stories, we investigate how state sales taxes are throwing a wrench in Amazon’s plans for world domination.
Good morning, literary citizens! In this week’s rundown of the wild world of book culture, Barnes and Noble faces an onslaught of lawsuits transpiring from their latest sales figures and an earnings discrepancy within their 2011 and 2012 reports. Meanwhile, Apple and Chief Justice Cote continue to lock horns in a battle some are beginning