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The New York Times
By MOTOKO RICH
Published: February 19, 2010
The proposal to create the world’s largest digital library has put giants like Sony and Microsoft on opposite sides.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/19/technology/19google.html

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Thanks to Andrew for sending me this link:

http://smartblogs.com/socialmedia/2010/02/17/5-tips-for-promoting-your-book-with-social-media/

Google faces courtroom battle over online book publishing – thestar.com.

Despite what your mother might have told you, doctors say that looking at an electronic screen doesn’t hurt the eyes. Ergonomics and lighting play a much bigger role in eye strain.

http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/02/12/do-e-readers-cause-eye-strain/

Priscila Uppal

Author and poet Priscila Uppal

Priscila Uppal is poet-in-residence for the Canadian Athletes Now Fund during the Olympics and Paralympics. Through dispatches and poetry for the LRC, Priscila will blog about her experiences there and at the Arctic Games in Grande Prairie, Alberta. She is the editor ofThe Exile Book of Canadian Sports Stories and author of the Griffin Poetry Prize-nominated Ontological Necessities.

To read her blog go to: http://games.reviewcanada.ca/

E-Book Price Increase May Stir Readers’ Passions

Our author Lilly Barnes recently had a book launch for her novel Mara.

Press Kit for Mara

Check out our photos from the event here