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Author\’s Guild: latest evidence of loss of a clue?

The Author\’s Guild blog has just posted a letter from Scott Turow titled \”Grim News\”. The post expounds upon how the DOJ\’s recent announcement it intends to file suit against major publishers for conspiring to fix prices on books is a terrible thing for everyone, and basically defends the assorted publishers\’ actions. Leaving aside the […]

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Author's Guild: latest evidence of loss of a clue?

The Author\’s Guild blog has just posted a letter from Scott Turow titled \”Grim News\”. The post expounds upon how the DOJ\’s recent announcement it intends to file suit against major publishers for conspiring to fix prices on books is a terrible thing for everyone, and basically defends the assorted publishers\’ actions. Leaving aside the

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BISG Announces ISBN Recommendations – Problems

The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) announced last week a new document describing their idea for best practices in ISBN use for publishing today, specifically addressing digital publishing. Some excepts from the press release:   New York, NY (December 7, 2011) — The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) announced today the publication of a new Policy

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Just in – Ebooks now outselling paper on B&N.com

According to a Huffington Post article, Barnes & Nobles has just announced that they are now selling more ebooks than print books from their website.  B&N apparently sold over one million ebooks on Christmas day alone.  Also, both B&N.com and Amazon have announced that the Nook and Kindle (respectively) are now their best-selling items ever,

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