The 2016 Pulitzer Prizes Announced: Today in Critical Linking

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The 2016 Pulitzer Prize winners were announced at 3pm eastern time, April 18th. Winning stories, photographs and cartoons, along with bios and photos of all the winners are here.

All in all, seems like an impressive year for the Pulitzer Prizes. Of the winning books, I have only read Barbarian Days, which is excellent.

With a 25 member Click Coop that requires 2 KU accounts per member, a minimal scammer will make 600 bucks for each book. With an easily managed 25 books, that total is now $15,000. For a few days time and minimal work. Outlay can be as low as $20 for their two KU accounts plus $125 for new covers.

Doing this once a week (since Click Coops likely work on a schedule or max), the scammer has earned $60,000 in that month.

Something is rotten in the state of Kindle Unlimited.

But by not hearing the case, the Supreme Court implicitly upholds Google’s project to enable free access to information that’s normally locked up and protected. But it also shirks its chance to redefine the value of intellectual property in the digital age.

After a long road, Google has won its case against the Authors Guild and it is going to take awhile for the ramifications to shake out.

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