'Tis the season for electronic readers to be part of holiday shopping at Target, Best Buy and Wal-Mart. What will that mean for bookstores, the publishing business and the evolution of reading itself? We hear some surprising answers. Also, new census data and the political landscape, and on a party-line vote, the FCC has approved new rules for the Internet. Did "net neutrality" win over cable providers and phone companies? Will the issue end up in court?
The Kindle, the Nook, the iPad...the Book?
From this Episode:
FCC Poised to Approve First Net Neutrality Rules
By a party-line vote of 3-to-2, the Federal Communications Commission has approved new rules for Internet traffic to protect consumers by guaranteeing access and requiring...
Census Data Will Change the Political Landscape
America's population is on the move and that could mean a continuing shift in Congressional power from Rust Belt Democrats to Sun Belt Republicans. According to figures...