Critical Linking

CRITICAL LINKING: February 8, 2012


“Their intention is to mainly hustle their entire line of Kindle e-Readers and the Kindle Fire. They also will be stocking a ton of accessories such as cases, screen protectors, and USB adapters.”

Apple, the most profitable company of our lifetimes, has an extensive, expensive, and excellent brick and mortar operation. Barnes and Noble likewise has a robust physical presence. These are Amazon’s primary competitors in the e-reader market, and it seems they realize their disadvantage.


“We only choose quality independent authors so you can be sure what you’re buying is good. Plus, you decide how much these books are worth. Great reads delivered cheaply without killing a single tree? That’s something everybody can feel good about.”

Here we go. We should have all kinds of book-buying arrangements. Curious to see how this one shakes out.


“At the very least, shouldn’t a writer try to shield the kettle of language from further cracks by knowing the meanings of the words he uses?”



“RPG fans, take note: Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning releases in North America today — a game of particular interest to fans of R. A. Salvatore and Todd McFarlane, who played significant roles in universe creation and art direction, respectively.”

Trying to decide if I think it is interesting if authors get involved in video games. Can’t decide, which means I do not think it is interesting I guess.