Apple Tightens E-book Sales Rules: Apple confirmed yesterday’s news that it would be forcing content providers to allow purchasing through Apple’s in-app-purchase system for iOS. From the NYT.
Forget the App Store: That’s what a Slate writer advocates e-book retailers do…
Translating Manga: Follow Melinda Beasi as she trains to become an editor at The Digital Manga Guild, a new venture by L.A. manga publisher DMP, launched in an effort to speed up and lower the cost of translating manga into English.
Godin’s First Book As A Publisher: It’s called Poke the Box and will be published in March through Seth Godin’s Amazon imprint, The Domino Project. From Mashable.
Former Apple Designer Launches E-Book Venture: A former Apple designer today launches a new e-book publisher, called Push Pop Press, which will bring out its first titles for iPad and iPhone. From All Things Digital.
PaperCuts Folded Into ArtsBeat: The NYT books blog is being folded into its general arts blog.
Jimmy Carter Sued: Disgruntled readers filed a $5 million suit against Carter over his 2006 book on Palestine. From the NY Post.
Mr Met: Former Mets catcher/slugger Mike Piazza is working on a memoir—due from S&S in 2012—about a Hall of Fame career played out during the heart of the steroid years in Major League Baseball.
e-Comics: Digital comics storefront and app-developer Comixology offers web utilities that allow physical comics shops to take part in the delivery of digital comics.