A few weeks ago The New Yorker had an interesting article about Google’s book scanning project and the snags it is hitting because of lawsuits. Interestingly enough, right after I first typed this bullet point a BBC news article came up in my reader about Microsoft criticizing Google’s program.
The spring issue of The Quarterly Conversation is now online. Among the contributors this time are some of my favorite bloggers: Scott Esposito from Conversational Reading, Derik Badman from MadInkBeard, and Dan Green from The Reading Experience.
A Jeanette Winterson manuscript was found on a train in England. By a fan hilariously enough.
If you have time in July, head to Wisconsin to check out the GLS conference.