Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has been immortalized in books, documentaries, and TV specials, with rumors that his story might eventually make its way to the big screen. Now you can add graphic novel to that list; on Tuesday PC Magazine noted the release of The Zen of Steve Jobs.
"Far more than any other medium, books contain civilizations, the ongoing conversation between present and past. Without this conversation we are lost. But books are also a business...." Jason Epstein explains how publishing works—and why, increasingly, it doesn’t, at the New York Review of Books. (via)
Christine Sismondo believes bars deserve more credit for "produc[ing] a particular type of public sphere in colonial America." She discusses her new book America Walks Into a Bar with The Smithsonian's Rebecca Dalzell.