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The Shatzkin Fi les  xi

Big publishers have reason to be happy about how the

book market is evolving 543 Three fedglings that really should fy 547

Part 18 The Google Setlement

A slightly diferent take on the Google setlement 553 More on the Google setlement 556 A serious issue for big publishers 558 The Google setlement and unanswered questions, particularly

about the windfall 560 The Google setlement, answering some of the questions

about the windfall 563 The Google setlement and the alternatives 566 Google setlement opponents need to be careful how

they win 569

Part 19  The Demise of Print and Rise of the eBook

Digital change: what’s an independent bookseller to do? 575 Ebook growth explosive; serious disruptions around the corner 578 A baker’s dozen predictions for 2010 582 Why are you for killing bookstores? 587 Ebook growth continues to accelerate; how long can this go on? 590 Serious disruption just over the near horizon 592 White labeled specialty stores, not ebook superstores, are

the future 596 Where will bookstores be fve years from now? 601 Publishing conversation at the ballpark 605 Lots going on; no single topic today 609 Where do we lose the shelf space and how much do we lose? 612 The printed book’s path to oblivion 616 Digging up a 15-year old speech, and a lesson in preservation 619 A hot Christmas may be followed by a chilling Spring 622 Supply chain analysis could get even more important as

store sales diminish 624 From some perspectives, we are tipping right now and publishers’

metrics will show it 629

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