Tuesday, July 20, 2010

The Slatest :

From Slate-online magazine

E-book Sales Outnumber Traditional Hardcover Sales
Electronic books have only been available in the Amazon.com store for less than three years, but the online retailer sold 143 for every 100 hardcover books over the past three months.
Read original story in The New York Times | Tuesday, July 20, 2010

China Approves Google's Latest Changes
Now that the search giant has stopped automatically rerouting traffic to a censorship-free site in Hong Kong, Chinese officials will allow it to continue operations in their country.
Read original story in Reuters | Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Also, interesting is author William Powers, point of view in Hamlet's Blackberry : To Surf or Not to Surf? Powers aim in Hamlet's Blackberry " is to help teach people how to connect more wisely. To that end, Powers looked to the past, where he found several precedents to both the current information age and the anxiety that has come with it. "

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