May 18, 2009

Four in the morning

1. Scribd is a new service that lets authors publish online - and set their own price - and lets readers peruse books a chapter or two at at time. LAT

2. What can California's political leaders learn from baseball - besides having a better lineup? Arbitration, the hardball way. Calbuzz

3. A judge has ordered the Alton Telegraph to reveal the identities of two people who posted anonymous comments about a murder investigation on the paper's website. St. Louis Post-Dispatch

4. The misconduct that led a trial judge to dismiss charges against Sen. Ted Stevens - namely, the prosecution's failure to turn over key pieces of evidence to the defense - is becoming more common in the American justice system. WaPo

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