Pal Joey’s new book, 19th Nervous Breakdown: Making Human Connections in the Landscape of Commerce, most of which is based on his experiences working at a store in the expiring Borders chain, gets a mention from a columnist in the Plain Dealer. Meanwhile, Lance Mannion points out that most of the obituaries for Borders omit certain crucial facts concerning the cause of death.
It may be too late for Borders, but it’s just the right time to get a copy of Joe’s book. I’m just sayin’. It makes a nice palette cleanser after chowing down on the latest George R. R. Martin.