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The Room of Requirement - This American Life
"Libraries aren't just for books. They're often spaces that transform into what you need them to be: a classroom, a cyber café, a place to find answers, a quiet spot to be alone. It's actually kind of magical. This week, we have stories of people who roam the stacks and find unexpected things that just happen to be exactly what they required."



"Prologue
One Monday earlier this month, we sent five producers to record what happened at library reference desks around the country. (5 1/2 minutes)

Act One
In Praise of Limbo
By Zoe Chace
There is a library that's on the border of Canada and the United States — literally on the border, with part of the library in each country. Producer Zoe Chace interviews journalist Yeganeh Torbati about how lately, it's become a critical space for a surprising set of visitors. (7 minutes)

Act Two
Book Fishing In America
By Sean Cole
In Richard Brautigan's novel "The Abortion," he imagines a library where regular people can come and drop off their own unpublished books. Nothing is turned away. The books live there forever. It’s the kind of place that would never work in real life. But someone decided to try it. Producer Sean Cole has the story. (28 minutes)

You can explore the manuscripts of the Brautigan Library online.
[http://brautiganlibrary.com/index.html ]

Act Three
Growing Shelf-Awareness
By Stephanie Foo
Lydia Sigwarth spent a lot of time in her public library growing up – all day, almost every day, for six months straight. Producer Stephanie Foo returned to that library with her, after years away. (13 1/2 minutes)"
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17 hours ago by robertogreco
Let's talk about writing IP today, shall we?
Let's talk about writing IP today, shall we? IP = Intellectual Property = worlds owned by other people. Star Wars/Trek, WoW, Batman, etc. 1/

THREAD
StarWars  fiction  writing  capitalism  fanfic  publishing 
21 hours ago by campylobacter
Google considering pulling news service from Europe • Bloomberg
Natalia Drozdiak:
<p>The European Union is working towards finalizing a controversial new copyright law. The rules give publishers rights to demand money from the Alphabet unit [Google], Facebook and other web platforms, when small fragments of their articles show up in news search results, or are shared by users.

That prospect has led Google to consider pulling Google News from the continent as a response to the new law, according to Jennifer Bernal, Google public policy manager for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The internet giant has various options on the table and will analyze the final text before making any decisions, she said, adding that Google would withdraw its service reluctantly.

The EU was planning to finalize the rules early this week but that’s been postponed due to disagreement among member states about some items of the package. The delay further drags out the legislative process, which kicked off when the European Commission, the bloc’s executive, first proposed the rules in 2016.

“The proposal for the Copyright Directive is very complex," said a representative from Romania, the current head of the European Council of the bloc’s 28 member states. "The Council needs more time to reflect in order to reach a solid position."

Google has said it doesn’t make money from its news service so withdrawing it is unlikely to lead to a financial hit. But news results keep mobile users coming back to its search engine, where they often type in other queries that generate lucrative ad revenue. Google also competes against rival mobile news aggregation services from Apple and Facebook.</p>

I'll make a prediction: if Google withdraws Google News from Europe, there will be a short-term reduction in the number of hits to publishers' sites. And then in a few months or so it will all reset itself, because people are infovores: the ones who go to Google News want their fix. The total number of hits will remain the same, though they may be redistributed.
Googlenews  google  publishing 
yesterday by charlesarthur
SILE – Home
A typesetting system similar to TeX, but looks a bit simpler. Intended to produce PDFs.
publishing  tex  typesetting  typography  pdf 
2 days ago by awhite
txt.fyi
kleiner Dienst, zum veröffentlichen kurzer Texte, ähnlich Telegraph
publishing  web  apps  cms  text  blogging  onlineservices  free 
2 days ago by pin.mel
Telegraph
kleiner Online-Dienst zum schnellen und unverschnörkelten Veröffentlichen von kurzen Texten; von telegram getragen
blogging  publishing  post  cms  onlineservices  telegram 
2 days ago by pin.mel

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