Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning.
- In a landmark ruling, UK copyright law has been applied to characters in a work for the first time.
- Authors are often told to start their story in the middle of the action, but what does that really mean?
- Eric Goldman takes a look at the first cases filed with the Copyright Claims Board.
- Someone fed book titles to the DALL-E AI and let it create images. The result was as funny as you’d expect.
- It seems that many of the “solutions” to making a website accessible actually make the problem worse. Many users find that screen reader apps, which have been around for 40 years, work much better than automated web accessibility services.
- Dale Roberts just published a guide to KDP keywords.
- Have you read PW’s history of self-publishing?