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Publishing News: Week in Review

Publishing News: Week in Review
By Jenn Webb
March 4, 2011

In the latest Publishing News: HarperCollins capped titles for libraries; publishers are tapping non-traditional outlets for distribution; and Dana Newman schools authors on how to embrace the e-pocalypse.

Publishing News: Week in Review

By Jenn Webb
March 4, 2011

In the latest Publishing News: HarperCollins capped titles for libraries; publishers are tapping non-traditional outlets for distribution; and Dana Newman schools authors on how to embrace the e-pocalypse.

Digital authors need a whole new set of skills

By Jenn Webb
March 3, 2011

Dana Newman, a transactional and intellectual property attorney, on how authors should change behaviors and actions to protect themselves in — and make the most of — the digital age.

Digital authors need a whole new set of skills

Digital authors need a whole new set of skills
By Jenn Webb
March 3, 2011

Dana Newman, a transactional and intellectual property attorney, on how authors should change behaviors and actions to protect themselves in — and make the most of — the digital age.

Trademarks, trust, and software quality

By Andy Oram
January 29, 2010

Trademark law hasn't caught up to free and open source software. But the issues it needs to address are parallel to quality and trust issues in the technology.


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