Jan 22, 2013 @ 12:40:00 am
Bookstores and libraries have started moving Lance Armstrong’s books to the fiction sections.
Following a glowing profile of the lefty political magazine Jacobin in the New York Times Books section, Jezebel wonders why young political magazines run by women—such as the New Inquiry—are often relegated to the Styles section, while their male-run counterparts frequently get more serious coverage.
New books used to fade into obsolescence by being ignored, but thanks to the power of Amazon, they can now be killed by “attack reviews.”
Are the academic objections to Wikipedia as a non-trustworthy source on the decline? It looks that way in Ann Arbor, Michigan, where the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library just appointed its first Wikipedian in Residence. The job, which went to a master’s student at the University
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