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Amazon offers free movies to Prime members
NEW YORK - Online shoppers subscribing to Amazon.com's premium membership are getting a new entertainment feature that will allow them to watch movies over the Internet, just as they can through Netflix's rapidly growing video subscription service.
Califf: Social network moves from adolescence to adulthood
On Dec. 5, amidst a "60 Minutes" interview, Mark Zuckerberg announced that Facebook is unveiling a new look for the "profile" page. This is the first profile change since the advent of tabs in 2008.
Books now 'written' by TV characters
Finding "Naked Heat" by Richard Castle simmering on the best-seller list wouldn't be unusual - it's the second in a mystery series, with a sexy cover and a blurb from author Michael Connelly - but for one thing: There is no Richard Castle. He's a fictional character.
Editorial: If you won't buy gas, at least buy something
Goodness knows, there's more than enough reason for outrage.
Amazon pulls Macmillan books in flap over pricing
NEW YORK - New copies of Hilary Mantel's "Wolf Hall," Andrew Young's "The Politician" and other books published by Macmillan were unavailable Saturday on Amazon.com, a drastic step in the ongoing dispute over e-book prices.
Rich: Thankful for colorful characters
Thanksgiving is a time to come together and celebrate a family's beloved characters, the ones who give us many stories to declare and laughter to share.
Grisham's short stories long on characters
NEW YORK - It's hard to sell a book of short stories. But not if you're John Grisham. The author of "A Time to Kill," "The Client" and other blockbusters has written his first collection of short fiction, "Ford County," set in the Mississippi community he often has used in his fiction.
Blackmon: Defining 'adulthood' is tricky proposition
What is an adult? The local issues around whether people younger than 21 can serve alcohol, but not drink it, got me to thinking. As a community, and as the larger society, we seem to be rather ambivalent about what makes one an adult.