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#BEA11: Charade Classes, Robot Librarians, and Women Writers, Oh My!

Panelists at the second annual 7x20x21 event at BEA posed more questions than they answered about storytelling and the future of libraries. By Erin L. […]

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Are Writers Powerless to Make a Living in the Digital Age?

• Jaron Lanier is the author of You Are Not a Gadget and “father of virtual reality” considers whether writers and “content” creators can make […]

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The New Yorker’s Ken Auletta on iPad v. Kindle

By Erin L. Cox In this week’s issue of The New Yorker, Media Reporter Ken Auletta reports on the digital publishing questions, such as publisher […]

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Hate Valentine’s Day and Want to Commiserate?

By Erin L. Cox This Sunday is Valentine’s Day, a day marked, at least in the US, by flowers, chocolate, cards, and romantic evenings…but what […]

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Mendelsohn’s Memoir Melee

By Erin L. Cox Much like many other New Yorker subscribers, I am one week behind in my reading.  Hence, I’ve just come across Daniel […]

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