A is for Amazon’s latest attempt
to digitize reading at someone’s expense.
It snagged D.C. Comics, stoking B&N’s ire,
in addition to readers without Kindle Fire.
For its deal is exclusive to this new device,
showing how, yet again, Bezos fails to play nice.
announced Tuesday evening–the fourth time’s charm.
notes the beauty of print as a cause worth defending.
And for those annoyed with Booker selection criteria,
the new Literature Prize seeks to expand the arena.
C is for Chrome Experiment WebGL Bookcase,
Google’s new virtual book interface.
Its graphic-rich content is a beast to support
and without the newest of browsers, refuses to work.
Though, I suppose its shelves do hold infinite books,
and for curiosity’s sake is well worth a look.