Nathan Bransford would have you know that a book... →
Oooh, his blog got pretty! (I’ve been reading him on Google Reader)
Atlantic Monthly to sell a story at a time for... →
Wired reviews the Nook: "promises, but doesn't... →
Very Serious book recommendations by Very Clever... →
Natalie Portman to bring Pride and Prejudice and... →
1. Ugh. The book is such a fucking gimmick. 2. Let’s talk about how Natalie Portman is too beautiful to play Elizabeth Bennet, shall we? After all, it has been a whole four years since the Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice was released.
What the end of the Oprah Winfrey show means for... →
Whee! More free public domain e-books from Book... →
Gizmodo reviews the Nook. →
Oh man, you have no idea how much I regret buying the Sony Reader. I think I’ll have to hock it to get the Nook-killing Kindle 3.
Take the David Foster Wallace grammar challenge
Amy McDaniel shares the following on HTMLGIANT: 1. He and I hardly see one another. 2. I’d cringe at the naked vulnerability of his sentences left wandering around without periods and the ambiguity of his uncrossed “t”s. 3. My brother called to find out if I was over the flu yet. 4. I only spent six weeks in Napa. 5. In my own mind, I can understand why its implications may be somewhat...
In the evening on Monday, one of my Twitter colleagues remarked that she...– Vroman’s Bookstore webmaster Patrick Brown on the Rick Moody Twitter Saga
Rick Moody Twitterature fail. →
Lesson: retweet discreetly, not indiscriminately.
Good as it is to inherit a library, it is better to collect one.– Augustine Birrell (via bookshelves)