Story one: New Web site to amplify debate on Google book deal
Caroline Vanderlip believes the escalating debate over Google Inc.'s plans for a vast Internet library of copyright-protected literature will yield enough compelling material to fill a book.
That's one reason why SharedBook Inc., a 5-year-old company run by Vanderlip, has set up a Web site so the supporters and opponents of Google's digital book project can more easily post their opinions about a legal settlement that will help fulfill or possibly derail the Internet search leader's ambitions.
The site, http://www.gbs.sharedbook.com, is set to debut Thursday. Full article here.
Story two: EU to study how Google Books impact authors