As you reflect on publishing’s busy week, check out the video embedded above–we interviewed Kindle users in the iPad line last Saturday. If you want more weekend reading, here are our favorite headlines from the week.
Oprah Winfrey hinted at starting a “book-club show” on her new network.
We found out how to get a degree in Vampire Literature.
The Huffington Post named GalleyCat and eBookNewser on a Book People To Follow On Twitter list.
The voice of Tiger Woods’ late father (and author) appeared in a new and controversial Nike ad.
Elizabeth Gilbert’s memoir Eat, Pray, Love hits theaters soon, and one company will manufacture as special line of “jewelry, books and travel-related items” for the book.
Following a controversial ethics column in the NY Times, the founder of Techdirt challenged GalleyCat readers on piracy ethics.
We released the March 2010 print(out) edition of GalleyCat Reviews.
Steve Jobs said Apple has counted 600,000 downloads of eBooks for the iPad. To date, the company has sold 450,000 iPads.
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