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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-08-14

  • Multi-page online articles inflate pageview numbers at the expense of user experience. @NYTimes, etc., allow us to default to single-page! #
  • "People who say that all this content wants to be free aren’t paying talented people to create it." #
  • Are there any good tech blogs that aren't rabidly pro-technology, if that makes sense? #
  • I don't have a problem with this: #
  • Obama's reading list: Joseph O'Neill, Dave Eggers and Jeff Sachs (via @melvillehouse) #
  • Ginevra King's–the inspiration for Daisy–Chicago home was for sale. Who bought it? #
  • "…the loss of identification so profound as to be constitutive of one's self…." #
  • Edmund Wilson responds to requests: #
  • ePub? Yuck! Can someone explain to me why we can't get books in PDF with embedded fonts? #
  • Lots of new sections just appeared in my NYTimes iPhone app, including "Pro Basketball" and "Start-Ups." What is up with that? #
  • The cover for Commencement looks so much like the one for Demonology. #


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    I just ordered Three Novels by Samuel Beckett: Molloy, Malone Dies, the Unnamable – what do you think?

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