“Look, a retailer should be able to sell whatever they want to sell, for however much they want to charge.”
“50 years ago, all you needed was a spy plane. Today you need something much more sophisticated–you need an editor.”
Believe or not, Malcolm Gladwell was not in a fugue state when he said this.
“One recent best-selling tome on regional cooking was produced entirely in a New York apartment kitchen, with almost no input from the author.”
What!? Well, at least politicians all write their own speeches.
“If Barnes & Noble want to truly compete with Amazon, they need to stop tilting things in favor of their friends in Manhattan. They need to stop treating self-published work with disdain…”
Yea, there are plenty of us to do that anyway.