Fairly self-explanatory: the Shakespeare insult generator
Infographic of the week: US libraries weather the economic storm
The NYT reveals those unlikely glowing Amazon reviews may be paid for
Reading the tea leaves: how to interpret Amazon’s book reviews
More reading the tea leaves: from a former bookseller “If you ask a bookseller about a novel and they say, “It’s really funny,” you needn’t read that book. It’s bookseller-speak for “this book has little else going for it,” the literary equivalent of a good personality. Same goes for “I’ve heard good things,” “People really like it,” and “It’s been popular with book clubs.”
No Kindle Fire for you. They’ve sold out. Really?