apple en Burriss on Media: Publisher Lawsuit <p>MURFRESSBORO,&nbsp;Tenn. (BURRISS)&nbsp;&nbsp;--&nbsp;&nbsp;I&rsquo;ve often talked about printed books versus e-books, and still think there is something better about the printed versions. Sure, I have an e-book reader, but I still prefer turning a real page, rather than pushing a button.<br /> Mon, 16 Apr 2012 11:21:28 +0000 Dr. Larry Burriss 9819 at Tennessee Joins Lawsuit Against Apple <p style="line-height: 200%;"><span style="line-height: 200%; font-family: &quot;Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;; font-size: 14pt;"><span style="line-height: 200%; font-family: &quot;Arial&quot;,&quot;sans-serif&quot;; font-size: 14pt;">WASHINGTON (AP/WMOT) &mdash; Tennessee&nbsp;is&nbsp;joining a major lawsuit filed against Apple Inc.&nbsp;and several major book publishers.<o:p></o:p></span></span></p> Thu, 12 Apr 2012 18:40:12 +0000 AP/WMOT 9729 at Burriss on Media: Apple Story <p>MURFREESBORO, Tenn.&nbsp; (Burriss)&nbsp; --&nbsp;&nbsp;I remember back in high school I did a term paper about Julius Caesar. One of the sources I used for information about Caesar&rsquo;s assassination was William Shakespeare. But, although the Bard was undoubtedly a tremendous poet and writer, I don&rsquo;t know that his Julius Caesar death scene was all that historically accurate.<br /><br /> Now Apple Computer, The New York Times, American Public Media and National Public Radio, are dealing with a 21st century play that has been passing fiction off as fact.<br /> Mon, 19 Mar 2012 11:11:24 +0000 Dr. Larry Burriss 8645 at Burriss on Media: Apple Story