The Communists of China recognize that Europe are their customers and it’d be bad for business for the Euro to collapse.
Meanwhile, print publishers have been all La-De-Dah and Drop Dead to Borders as it tries to prevent its own collapse.
Because, you know, there are just jillions of people out there ready to open new bookstores to take up that possible gaping hole in the market to sell an obsolete product.
That’d be so much fun for them too: Selling to a bunch of new tiny accounts on a piecemeal basis instead of one large account in bulk.
Suspected flash mob rips off Upper Darby Sears
A mob of about 40 people stormed into the Sears department store on 69th Street Thursday, and in a flash stole thousands of dollars worth of merchandise, officials said.
Welcome to your Soylent Green future.
I haven’t been bookmarking these, but this has to be at least the tenth such case I’ve read about in the past year.
Still to come: Flash Justice.
I heard this for the first time this morning. I thought it was new. It’s from 1994! (Click X on the pop-up note otherwise it blocks the lyrics.)
Based on incoming search terms, Barnes & Noble is selling a lot of the Nook Touch to people who have no interest in just eBooks.