COMMENT: Since his death, the life, myths and reality of Steve Jobs all too short a time with us have bombarded the airwaves and cyberspace, generating a growth industry that's sprung up around the late co-founder of Apple. It's hard not to think much of the activity is about cashing-in on the death of Jobs, not unlike the latest book offering launched today.
The federal government is considering a range of recommendations aimed at addressing the adverse effects on the traditional, bricks-and-mortar book industry from the online book industry and the growing popularity of e-books.
HP has been pushing its ePrint vision of connected printers for a year or so, and that includes content delivery. So far, that's mainly involved online publishers, but now leading US magazine publisher CondÃ© Nast is joining the party.
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