The PW Morning Report: Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010

Craig Morgan Teicher -- October 26th, 2010

This image, briefly posted on B&N.com, appears to be of a new touchcreen, full-color Nook

Today’s links, even linkier than yesterday’s.

Color Touchscreen Nook Coming Today?: Rumors are running rampant that Barnes & Noble will unveil a color Nook at its press event today.

Amazon’s Little Win: A federal judge agreed with Amazon that it’s unconstitutional for North Carolina to collect customer data in a tax dispute with the online retail giant. From Bloomberg.

Salem Loses An Indie Bookstore: Salem’s Cornerstone books is closing on Nov. 1.¬† From the Gloucester Times.

And A Happy Bookstore Story: Poets & Writers profiles NY’s McNally Jackson books.

Apples vs. Oranges: PC Magazine says it’s time to stop comparing the Kindle and the iPad, which are made to do different things.

Dead Celebs Making Bank: IndyPosted runs down the top-earning dead celebs, including Dr. Seuss, J.R.R. Tolkien and Stieg Larsson.

Youthful Fiction By Wes Anderson:Turns out the acclaimed writer/ director of “Rushmore” and “The Royal Tenenbaums” wrote fiction as an undergrad, and his undergrad lit journal has just published¬† a sample on its blog.

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