Wednesday News: New issues of copyright arise with 3D printing; B&N pulls Amazon titles off the shelves; Japan’s Louve Joule
It is 28 in the paid Kindle store, 36 on the USAToday list and 33 on the combined Print and ebook list for the NYTimes. The lack of a paper presence has to be hurting it somewhat but how much, I guess we’ll never know.
Here it is fully developed with a suggestion of a cave they’re in. There is a mystery in this book, a suggestion that the hero might actually be dangerous, a killer! That’s why I chose to have his hand on her throat, so you don’t know whether he’s going to kiss her or kill her! The rest of the background is left white as in the entire series of nineteen I did for Victoria Holt books.
“In that, the record industry was remarkably successful. Today, websites and ISPs have to block or remove infringing material whenever they receive a DMCA takedown notice from a copyright holder—something that happens more often than actually justified. Google reckons that more than a third of the DMCA notices it has received over the years have turned out to be bogus copyright claims. Over a half were from companies trying to restrict competing businesses rather than law-breakers.”The Economist