Daily Links: Our (Bare) Shelves, Our Selves

daily_links_1Today’s interesting links:

Our (Bare) Shelves, Our Selves (NYT) – You can tell so much about someone by their book or record collections. And when all that is private?

Study confirms that ending your texts with a period is terrible (Washington Post) –  I am doomed! I can’t help it because, um, grammar.

The Battle for the Second Screen (ReCode) – From your mobile to your TV – how do we make it happen?

Creative Commons boasts more than 1 billion works available for use (The Next Web) – One billion? So much for the idea that copyright would totally kill the public domain. That’s a lot of freely-given content.

Finds and Deals:

Amazon Kindle Daily Deals include Devil’s Cub by Georgette Heyer for $1.99 and She’s Leaving Home and The Kings of London, the first two of the Breen and Tozer mysteries for $1.99 each.

For the NOOK: Daily find is a book bundle of Mark Dawson’s John Milton Series (Books 1-3) for only 99cents. The Nook Romance Daily Find is Heartache Falls (Eternity Springs #3) by Emily March for $1.99.

The Kobo Daily Deal is Tim Ferriss’ bestseller The 4 Hour Body for $1.99.

Daily Links are interesting links I discover as I go about my online day. The frequency and number of links posted depend upon the daily news. I also post other, different links of interest on Twitter and on the Google Plus eBook Evangelist Page.

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