Morning Coffee — 18 February 2016

Here are a dozen stories to read this morning.

  1. British Satire Comic Bewildered by Facebook Block (Comic Book Legal Defense Fund)
  2. China Forbids Great Famine Author From Taking Harvard Prize (ABC News)
  3. Digital vs. Paper? (The Highland Cavalier)
  4. Facebook will begin letting anyone post Instant Articles (The Verge)
  5. How Honest Should You Be When You Review Self-published Books? (Book Riot)
  6. Gmailify: The best of Gmail, without an @gmail address (Official Gmail Blog)
  7. Review: Hoopla Digital is a great ‘add-on’ for your library (TeleRead)
  8. SB Nation Publishes, Deletes “Complete Failure” Of A Story About Convicted Rapist Cop Daniel Holtzclaw (Deadspin)
  9. Selling Books in a World Without Bookstores (Book Business)
  10. Slavery book author says she had concerns (AP NewsBreak)
  11. Vanishing Act (Lapham’s Quarterly)
  12. Yahoo shutting down several digital magazines, but Tech site will survive (GeekWire)

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Originally published at The Digital Reader.

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