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  • Biblioracle: Fan fiction comes to Kindle

    Biblioracle: Fan fiction comes to Kindle
    Charlaine Harris, creator of the Sookie Stackhouse series of novels, has decided to end the run with the recently released 13th installment, "Dead Ever After." According to The Wall Street Journal, some fans are not happy, "taunting Ms. Harris in emails...
  • Anton DiSclafani discusses "The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls"

    Anton DiSclafani discusses "The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls"
    In "The Yonahlossee Riding Camp for Girls," the much-buzzed-about debut novel by Anton DiSclafani, a teenage girl named Thea Atwell is sent from her home on an orange plantation in central Florida in the Great Depression to the camp of the title (once...
  • 'Man of Steel' soars! Netflix and DreamWorks Animation make deal

    'Man of Steel' soars! Netflix and DreamWorks Animation make deal
    After the coffee. Before reassessing my priorities. The Skinny: I'm going to try to take a quick look at CNN's new morning show (which aired at 3 a.m out here) so I can at least see the opening. Monday's headlines include the incredible performance...
  • Samsung to give away 1 million copies of new Jay-Z album

    Hip-hop star Jay-Z has figured out one surefire way to sell a million albums -- by finding a customer in Samsung.  Samsung Electronics Co. has bought 1 million copies of the rapper's upcoming album to give away to owners of the company's Galaxy...
  • Jay-Z announces new album 'Magna Carta Holy Grail'

    Leave it to Jay-Z to sell a million copies of a new album even before he announces its existence to the world. The rapper and mogul debuted the news of a new LP, "Magna Carta Holy Grail," in a Samsung-partnered commercial  during Game 5 of the NBA...
  • Carl's Jr. CEO: Expect kiosks at fast-food joints, more part-timers

    Carl's Jr. CEO: Expect kiosks at fast-food joints, more part-timers
    Expect self-serve kiosks at fast-food restaurants and more part-time workers as the Affordable Care Act continues rolling out, according to Andy Puzder, chief executive of CKE Restaurants Inc. Also, don't expect many more of CKE's Carl's Jr. restaurants...
  • Stephen King's 'Joyland' pirated as e-book -- like all the rest

    Pirated e-book versions of Stephen King's "Joyland" have surfaced online. That's notable because King, to support the print book being published by small indie Hard Case Crime, decided not to issue an e-book of this particular novel.  It's not notable,...
  • Fox shapes legal team; Janet Nova upped to deputy counsel

    Fox shapes legal team; Janet Nova upped to deputy counsel
    A battle-tested veteran of News Corp.'s general counsel's office will take on additional duties following the corporate spinoff set for June 28. The company announced Monday that Janet Nova, deputy general counsel, will become executive vice president...
  • Bruce Rosenblum lands Legendary gig. Tyler Perry backlash!

    Bruce Rosenblum lands Legendary gig. Tyler Perry backlash!
    After the coffee. Before watching Tom Wheeler's confirmation hearing. The Skinny: Tom Wheeler, the nominee to be the next FCC chairman, will face a Senate confirmation hearing this afternoon. Should be entertaining. Tuesday's headlines include Bruce...
  • Are you OK with the NSA tracking your phone calls?

    Are  you OK with the NSA tracking your phone calls?
    A majority of Americans approve of the federal government tracking phone records to uncover terrorism plots, according to polls. The NSA says its surveillance has stopped dozens of such plots. So, it is OK to do this? The Wall Street Journal thanked the...
  • Can $100K buy happiness?

    Can $100K buy happiness?
    A UConn/Courant poll has found that the more people earn, the happier they are -- although those surveyed attributed happiness to close family ties and rewarding careers rather than money. Nevertheless, 71 percent of those surveyed who earn $100,000 or...