(I’m now pondering the difference between an article and a story.)
Movie studios are posting single clips as podcasts. The worst offenders:
- Underworld — 1 MP3, last updated in April
- Street Fighter — 1 MP3, late updated in late June*
- Fired Up — 1 MP3, last updated in late May
- Just Not That Into You — 1 MP3, last updated early May
- Harry Potter — 1 MP3, last updated in late June*
- Angle of Death — Award for worst offender! TWO feeds, each with 1 file.
I’ll concede it’s possible that the feeds with one file posted recently could send out more stuff in the future.
Common Errors in English Usage — Paul Brians’ website
AMAZON FREAK OUT
Industry Begins Debate Over Removal of Kindle Titles — Publishers Weekly
Some eBooks are More Equal Than Others — David Pogue in the NTY
TWITTERVERSE AND TWITTERATI MAKE IT INTO THE COLLINS DICTIONARY
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS HISTORICAL THESAURUS OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Slate’s Culture Gabfest podcast talking about the Urban Dictionary (scroll down to the July 8 episode)
GRAMMAR GIRL IN CHINESE
Buy the book in simple Chinese. (Since I can’t read this page, I can’t vouch for it personally, but someone who speaks Chinese sent me the link, so I presume it is legit.)
The Slate Culture Podcast’s on the merits and drawbacks of the Urban Dictionary site, and where I learned that Oxford University Press is getting ready to release their Historical Thesaurus of the Oxford English Dictionary.
Use the code POD115 for 10% off.
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