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InDesign CC 2014 review: Better e-book tools, easier workflows

In reviews of previous versions of InDesign, the looming question was always, “Is this version worth the cost of the upgrade or can I skip it?” But with Adobe’s switch to the Creative Cloud... | PC World – 2014-07-31

Review: ‘The Confessions of Frances Godwin,’ by Robert Hellenga

The worldwide success of the “Harry Potter” series has led to a great emphasis on young adult crossover novels in contemporary publishing. For years, teen wizards, warriors, werewolves and... | The Washington Post – 2014-08-01

Asus Transformer Pad TF103C review: This hybrid is better for fun than work

I enjoyed the Windows-based Transformer Book T100 I tested a few months ago, so I was excited to see how its Android-powered sibling would stack up. The engineers at Asus engineers have now proven... | PC World – 2014-08-01

Book review: ‘The Invisible Bridge,’ fall of Nixon and rise of Reagan, by Rick Perlstein

You can learn a lot by reading newspapers, especially if you have helped write them. Frederick Lewis Allen was a journalist of the 1920s who became a book author by taking what he and other... | The Washington Post – 2014-08-02

Book review: ‘Washington Journal,’ reporting Watergate, by Elizabeth Drew

Elizabeth Drew’s writing never gets old. Nearly 50 years ago, her meticulous, skeptical reporting for the Atlantic exposed the lovers’ embrace between Congress and Big Tobacco. Her book... | The Washington Post – 2014-08-02

Review: 'The Invisible Bridge' by Rick Perlstein

It's a cliché. The college professor asks for a show of hands. How many of you know about the Vietnam war? Nobody. Watergate? A sprinkling. (Maybe they saw the movie with Robert Redford on Netflix.)... | Chicago Tribune – 2014-08-02

Review: 'Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki and His Years of Pilgrimage' by Haruki Murakami

"Poets die adolescents," Robert Lowell wrote, and it's supposed to be romantic. Personally I think it sounds like hell. Just imagine: never growing out of your teenage rawness to the world, your... | Chicago Tribune – 2014-08-06

Yelp lied about review policies to inflate stock price, lawsuit claims

A class action lawsuit against Yelp could help determine if rumors about the company's ad practices, which have never been proven, are true. Yelp lied about review policies to inflate stock price,... | GigaOM – 2014-08-07

Review: 'The Magician's Land' by Lev Grossman

At the beginning of "The Magician's Land," the last in Lev Grossman's otherworldly and excellent "Magicians" trilogy, our hero finds himself in a crappy strip-mall bookstore in New Jersey, awaiting a... | Chicago Tribune – 2014-08-08

Review: ‘I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You,” by Courtney Maum

Courtney Maum’s first novel, “I Am Having So Much Fun Here Without You,” is a publicist’s dream. Its snappy title promises ironic humor, and it leaves one wondering if the “I” will end up... | The Washington Post – 2014-08-08

Review: Out of Print, a Film by Vivienne Roumani

Out of Print, the film documentary by Vivienne Roumani about the state-of-affairs in the book business and the culture of reading in America circa 2013, is worth seeking out. | Publishing Perspectives – 2014-08-08

Book review: ‘Blue Mind,’ on the benefits of being near water, by Wallace J. Nichols

As I look up from the pages of this book, there’s nothing between me and the horizon but water. The only sounds are the hypnotic hiss of stones as they are dragged back by waves and the occasional... | The Washington Post – 2014-08-09

Review: ‘Before, During, After,’ by Richard Bausch

The production of 9/11 literature has slowed from those hectic days in 2006 when we were getting hit by a new terrorism book every six hours, but the attacks on the World Trade Center and our... | The Washington Post – 2014-08-13

Apps are nice but books are better: How to read to your kid in a digital age (book review)

In Born Reading, Jason Boog offers concrete tips on how to get better at reading -- and using technology -- with your child. Apps are nice but books are better: How to read to your kid in a digital... | GigaOM – 2014-08-18

After new plagiarism allegations, Time magazine will review Zakaria’s work again

Our Bad Media Time magazine will review Fareed Zakaria’s work after Twitter users @blippoblappo and @crushingbort accused the CNN journalist of lifting from a variety of publications,... | Poynter. – 2014-08-20

Review: ‘The Narrow Road in the Deep North,’ by Richard Flanagan

Beware Richard Flanagan’s new novel, “The Narrow Road to the Deep North.” His story about a group of Australian POWs during World War II will cast a shadow over your summer and draw you away... | The Washington Post – 2014-08-20

Samsung Galaxy S4 Nook Review

The Galaxy S4 Nook is a full-functioning Android tablet with a handful of extra Nook software to enhance the book reading (and, even more so, book buying) experience. | Publishers Weekly – 2014-08-21

Kill the Bookends column: Why the New York Times Book Review’s most frustrating feature has to go

Sure, Bookends seems harmless enough. But it actually represents the worst impulses of today's critical culture | – 2014-08-21

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