From the university of applied arts vienna:
Subjects: humor, photo, power, books
One thing I’ve been thinking about with the death of book review sections and the superiority of book review sections in certain other countries is that it’s indicative of a larger cultural issue — that books and literature are increasingly being pushed to the sidelines and that the readers of them are becoming more and […]
I’m reading Against the Day now. I had misgivings about it, but it turns out I’m loving every page. It’s reminding me of all the reasons I loved Pynchon in the first place.
Subjects: reading, books
The best book I’ve read in quite some time is Cloud Atlas by David Mitchell. It’s also the first book I’ve read in a VERY long time that I knew I was going to have to reread to get the most out of.
The Millions (A Blog About Books): Will Apple get into eBooks?
Subjects: publishing, tech, books
WSJ on LibraryThing.com — WSJ.com - Social Networking for Bookworms
“Myspace for bookworms,” huh?
Via Blog of a bookslut
Subjects: books, internet
NPR : A Standup Guy Who Is Serious About Books
Last year there was a lot of hooplah about “fifty-two books in a year”. But it’s not a number I find impressive, I read a book a week normally. In fact, back before television, people would read two books a week. I you read for as […]
CRITICAL MASS: Our Promise to You: No Buzz Marketing
I say: there is nothing inethical about selling books from your website. In related news, click the amazon.com link on the lower right.
Subjects: books, blogging
Guardian Unlimited Books | Top 10s | Sam Jordison: books on cults
The top 10 cult books
2. The Book Of Mormon by Joseph Smith
The book that Mark Twain disparaged is nigh on unreadable. As Twain also pointed out, if Smith had left out his favourite phrase “And it came to pass” this 500-page bible “would only […]