The PW Morning Report: Friday, Sept. 10, 2010

Craig Morgan Teicher -- September 10th, 2010

It’s Friday…you know what that means…

Swedish Narcissus: The Millions had such a good title for this article about Stieg Larsson that we had to reuse it.

Another Kind of Paper Book: Jennifer Egan tells Salon why she won’t give up her paper day-planner for an electronic one.

Old-Fashioned Bookselling: NPR extols the virtues of good old word-of-mouth advertising for books.

Thomas Guinzburg Dies at 84: Here is the NYT obit for Guinzburg, a founder of the Paris Review and longtime head of Viking.

Pentagon Seeks to Destroy Book: The Pentagon wants to buy up the entire first printing of a book that details covert military operations.

Accepting the Digital Future of Books: Wired‘s Jonah Lehrer struggles to accept the digital future of books.

The Return of Cool-er: The Cool-er e-reader is on its way back after the company went under.  The Bookseller reports on a new partnership that could resurrect the e-reader.

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