I've read all but two of these, and they are certainly great books. How do you really pick the 10 greatest ever though?
Interesting. Amazon does a literary journal. Who knew.
(Thanks @molly_oneill for the link at work.)
Today, we're excited to introduce Oyster for iPad. As part of the update, we're also making Oyster fully open to the public-- no invitation required.
A simple link. That’s all it took to unleash a hailstorm of angry emails, messages, tweets, and comments. Why? I dared wonder if libraries will continue to exist in the future. I mean, it’s not that crazy a notion, right?
Right. (He says to the chagrin of all his library friends.)
Some good books here that I’d like to checkout this fall.
[…] he also hosted three all-day book clubs with Amazon’s top executives, capped by nice dinners at the end. Bezos said he used the books as frameworks for sketching out the future of the company.
New Kindle Paperwhite is here. I’m tempted. Really tempted. I just can’t see carrying around both my iPad and a Paperwhite. Someone convince me why I’m wrong.
The fireplace seems a bit pretentious for some reason, but otherwise: want.
I suspect it’s far more common that criminals don’t read at all than that they get inspired to violence or crime by a Stephen King or John Grisham novel.