Monthly Archives: December 2009

Silly Stat: ‘Kindle books outsold real books on Christmas day’ | Mobile Entertainment News

While I am big fan of the Kindle, thisstory from mobile entertainment news – referencing Amazon’s statement that they sold more e-books on Christmas day than real books – is silly. I mean, didn’t anybody stop to think about the number? Of course, more people bought e-Books than real books on Christmas Day. Who goes […]

Creativity, Chabon, and Hard & Soft Edges

Just finished reading Michael Chabon’s Manhood for Amateurs, a collection of essays about being a father, son, husband, former child, and writer. I read the book almost immediately and instantly, underlining lots of passages and phrases (wasn’t available in Kindle). Interestingly, it looks like guys on goodreads.com dug it less than women (might be more […]

Posts (of mine) worth looking at

I’m getting some traffic from a few places where I’ll be speaking/visiting/workshopping next week and the most recent posts don’t make me look particularly good. So here are links to some posts which put a better face on me and might be interesting to read. And yes, of course, this screams of the need to […]