Morning roundup: Of copyright and treaties, OSX Redesign, authors and agents, and a discounted Nook Glowlight

New Paper Says It’s Time To Reasonably Decrease Copyright Term And Rethink Putting Copyright In Treaties (Techdirt)

The full paper is well worth reading, detailing just how distorted copyright has become from its original purpose.

Apple Will Reportedly Unveil ‘End-to-End’ OSX Redesign at WWDC (GigaOM)

Apple will focus on Mac OS X at its upcoming developer’s conference on June 2, according to a new report.

Authors’ Views on the Value of an Agent (Digital Book World)

Are agents worth their fifteen percent? The 2014 Digital Book World and Writer’s Digest Survey asked more than 2,800 published authors (those in the sample who had started, completed, or published a manuscript) their opinions on various ways that agents help authors.

B&N Puts Nook Glowlight for Sale for Mother’s Day (The Digital Reader)

The sale runs through 11 May.

Kindle Daily Deals

Mornings in Jenin by Susan Abulhawa, vol. 1 of the Bleach manga, and more.

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