New Markets: The NYT looks at the new venues in which publishers are hoping to sell books.
Profitable Pearson: Pearson’s numbers are looking good this quarter. From the WSJ.
Pearson vs. Apple: But, in the same earnings call, the Pearson chief says the company might take the Financial Times elsewhere if Apple isn’t flexible on its new subscription terms.
The UK Gets E-Booked: Bloomsbury predicts 2011 will be a big year for e-books. From the Bookseller.
Xoom Reviewed: The first real iPad competitor, the Motorola Xoom, has landed, and here’s Pogue’s review for the NYT.
Dear Pynchon: A series of satirical letters written to Thomas Pynchon and other non-blurbers, asking for a blurb for a book. From Salon.
Weird Al on Growing Up: The beloved parodist has written a children’s book and tells NPR all about it.