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Arundhati Roy flays Penguin for withdrawal of The Hindus in open letter

Feb 13, 2014

Arundhati Roy flays Penguin for withdrawal of The Hindus in open letter

Arundhati Roy has penned an open letter to the publishing house denouncing them for caving in to demands for the withdrawal and pulping of Indian issues of Wendy Doniger's The Hindus: An Alternative History. #Arundhati Roy #Freedom of Speech #Booker prize #Penguin publishing #Wendy Doniger #The Hindus #book ban
How to challenge book bans and censorships legally

Feb 13, 2014

How to challenge book bans and censorships legally

Quite often one finds that rather than the author or the publisher, independent third parties are the ones who challenge book bans issued by state governments. #HowThisWorks #NewsTracker #fundamental rights #Shiksha Bachao Andolan #Penguin Publishers #Book bans
Facebook tests ad network business on other companies' mobile apps

Jan 23, 2014

Facebook tests ad network business on other companies' mobile apps

Facebook Inc said on Wednesday that it is displaying ads from a small group of marketers on other companies' smartphone apps, the latest sign that the world's No. 1 online social network is closer to launching an ad network business. #social media #facebook #smartphones #Technology #ads #mobile app publishers
Tina Brown, former editor of New Yorker and Vanity Fair, to leave publishing

Sep 12, 2013

Tina Brown, former editor of New Yorker and Vanity Fair, to leave publishing

Tina Brown, the editor who oversaw the ill-fated merger of Newsweek and The Daily Beast website, said Wednesday that she's parting ways with the company. #Vanity Fair #publishing #Newsweek #New Yorker #Tina Brown #Daily Beast #conferencing business #editors
Why the closure of People isn't bad news for the mag industry

Jul 28, 2013

Why the closure of People isn't bad news for the mag industry

To suggest that magazines are in trouble after hearing of the death of Marie Claire, People and Geo is like having suggested that the auto industry was in trouble thanks to the closure of the Premier Padmini. #HowThisWorks #Marie Claire #People magazine #Indian publishing #Indian magazine industry

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The Leveson effect: Scotland to regulate all media... and social media

Mar 18, 2013

The Leveson effect: Scotland to regulate all media... and social media

Lord McCluskey, in his effort to create a Scottish version of Leveson, said what some American journalism thinkers already do: that anyone considered to be publishing will be automatically covered by a Scottish press bill. #social media #ThisisNext #publishing #media censorship #Justice Leveson

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The Leveson effect: Scotland to regulate all media... and social media

Jul 27, 2014

Top Rated Electronic Health Record Software Is Free

Earlier this month, Medscape published the results of their recent survey (here) which asked 18,575 physicians across 25 specialties to rate their Electronic Health Record (EHR) system. For overall satisfaction, the #1 ranked EHR solution was the VA'...
The Leveson effect: Scotland to regulate all media... and social media

Jul 25, 2014

13 things OS X Yosemite beta testers need to know

This article was originally published on Computerworld.com . For the first time since the OS X beta test of 2000, Apple is allowing Mac users to test and provide feedback on a prerelease version of OS X. The first 1 million people to sign up for the ...
The Leveson effect: Scotland to regulate all media... and social media

Jul 25, 2014

Netgear Nighthawk X6 Wi-Fi router review: The best router for a crowded house

Is it ever the perfect time to buy a new product? I'd say no, because there's never a perfect time to review a new product, either. There's always something right around the corner that promises to be faster, better, cheaper. But you won't know if th... #ASUS #Netgear
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