Apple’s Appeal

Apple’s Appeal This article appeared in the December 3, 2015 Publisher’s Lunch Deluxe Newsletter. It speaks volumes for common sense and the state of the industry, which everyone seems to understand with the exception of Judge Denise Cote and the … Continue reading

Congress Must Update Copyright Law for the New World Digishpere…

Congress Must Update Copyright Law for the New World Digishpere… …because the Courts Are Lost in the Past Headline: Google Allowed to Scan Copyrighted Work without Permission Headline: Apple Convicted of Price Fixing on Heresay Headline: The NSA and Santa … Continue reading

I’ve Seen an Opus, and It Is Us

I’ve Seen an Opus, and It Is Us One of the recent projects undertaken by the Intrinsic Books team is the packaging and publishing of a remarkable reference book. An Encyclopedia no less. Mirriam Webster says an encyclopedia… “is a … Continue reading

Amazon Beginning to Flex its Considerable Muscle

Amazon Beginning to Flex its Considerable Muscle Reported today in various publishing newsletters and blogs is the news that Audible.com, the audiobook company now owned by Amazon, is lowering the royalty rates it pays to content creators. The headlines for … Continue reading

Apple, Ebooks, Justice, Injustice, Partiality, Impartiality and Consulting Fees

Apple, Ebooks, Justice, injustice, Partiality, Impartiality and Consulting Fees We live in interesting times. The ebook price fixing case (U.S. vs Apple) continues to bring news that can only be considered bizarre. This is a case in which the Judge, … Continue reading