Interesting links (weekly) The Corner: How Amazon’s KDP Select Saved My Book An excellent demo of how authors can leverage Amazon to publicize their work. Also highlights the way in which the long tail can go mainstream using the power of free. Chris Anderson would be really proud. tags: amazon book publishing longtail How to name a web browser (by those who have) – thebeebs – Site Home – MSDN Blogs Interesting post on how the browsers have been named – not all are from direct sources though. tags: web browser naming Bill Gates: ‘I wrote Steve Jobs a letter as he was dying. He kept it by his bed’ – Telegraph Bill Gates: ‘I wrote Steve Jobs a letter as he was dying. He kept it by his bed’ (@maryriddell… http://t.co/WOqWTR9k http://t.co/tue24U6A tags: twitterfav Bustling Movement of Megacities – My Modern Metropolis Through long exposures, photographer Martin Roemers captures the hustle and bustle of megacities. http://t.co/iEjxSQB2 tags: twitterfav How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep: Grooming + Health : Details For the weekend: Steps on how to get a good night’s #sleep http://t.co/KNks1KOo tags: sleep twitterfav Your Own Evil Lair, Available Immediately! : Discovery News A real steal at $3m – comes with a 20,000 sq foot building, 2 bedroom house, helipad, wells & the ability to withstand a 5-megaton nuclear blast tags: discovery news facility 20,000-square-foot building, basketball court, three-bedroom house, helicopter landing pad, two wells from which to draw water and a barn Fiber Optic OC-48 cable the facility can withstand a 5-megaton nuclear blast. rock bottom price of $2,950,000. Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.