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Friday News: Net Neutrality ruling, fan fiction goes to college, more comics come to TV, and women of the Harlem Renaissance

Friday News: Net Neutrality ruling, fan fiction goes to college, more...

FCC votes for net neutrality, a ban on paid fast lanes, and Title II – So the FCC finally reached a decision to enforce net neutrality by reclassifying internet service providers as common carriers, which puts them in the category… more

Wednesday News: Scribd offers unlimited comics, Samsung TVs are listening, the Hugo Award & gender bias, and rare TV interview with E.L. James

Wednesday News: Scribd offers unlimited comics, Samsung TVs are listening, the...

Scribe Unlimited Comics – The latest development in the battle between subscription services is Scribd’s offering of more than 10,000 comic books. This one might finally push me over the edge and into signing up. Check out the launch page… more

Thursday News: a different view of ebooks, Carly Phillips joins Kindle Worlds, women and Hollywood, and cool graphic novel on art

Thursday News: a different view of ebooks, Carly Phillips joins Kindle...

What Nielsen Bookscan data tells us about ebook sales cycles & the ebook plateau – This is a great piece that takes some of the other analytical treatments of ebook data and subjects them to a different set of questions… more

Tuesday News: Sony wants leaks plugged, Stephenie Meyer’s fan fiction project,  the DRMd litter box, and the value of strong female protagonists

Tuesday News: Sony wants leaks plugged, Stephenie Meyer’s fan fiction project,...

Note: We’re taking a break for Xmas and (assuming I don’t celebrate too much¬†tomorrow) will be back with the news on Friday, December 26.¬† Sony threatens Twitter with legal action if it doesn’t ban users linking to leaks – In… more