Top Twos-Day: Threesy


“On Thursday, a federal judge reinstated a trademark lawsuit by Harper Lee, author of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird,’ who sued the Monroe County Heritage Museum for profiting from her name and work. Lee alleged the museum was seeking to take advantage of her ailing health — she had a stroke in 2007 — and that the sale of ‘Mockingbird’ tchotchkes netted the museum more than $500,000 in 2011.” More from the Washington Post…

Worried about Google’s ability to store everything? Then Tor, the anonymous browser, is for you! “Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against traffic analysis, a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security.” Check out the product details…

Did you self-publish a work and now realize your exposure is minimal? Library Journal just cut a deal with BiblioBoard using Self-e. “To address the availability issues between public libraries and self-published books, Ian Singer, publisher at Library Journal, says, ‘We didn’t want to be another fee-based review service for self-published titles, as that’s not providing a solution…[for] authors or libraries. We’ve been looking for a way to connect the two for their common audience, the reader. LJ’s…expertise in reviewing titles—which is critical for library book selection—coupled with the BiblioBoard platform is a compelling solution to unite all three.’” Interested? Read on…

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