Morning Coffee — 25 February 2016

Here are nine stories to read this morning.

  1. 12 Translators on Why They Do What They Do (BookRiot)
  2. Baltimore librarian Carla Hayden nominated as Librarian of Congress (TeleRead)
  3. Copyright Office Decides To Rewrite Law Itself, Blesses A ‘Making Available’ Right That Isn’t There (Techdirt)
  4. Explainer: the myth of the Noble Savage (The Conversation)
  5. Google now supports voice commands for Docs (TNW)
  6. IN DEFENCE OF LONGFORM (Son of Bold Venture)
  7. Inside Axel Springer’s answer to Facebook’s Instant Articles (Digiday)
  8. Used eBooks 101: How Amazon Can Legally Resell eBooks (The Digital Reader)
  9. “You Will Be Tokenized”: Speaking Out about the State of Diversity in Publishing (Brooklyn Magazine)

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