A daily roundup of book and publishing news from across the Web: Google Scans Austrian Books; A Different 20 Under 40; E-Book First; Seeking Steig; iPhone 4 Sells Out.
Google Scans Austrian Books
Google has struck a deal with the Austrian National Library to scan 400,000 public domain books.
A Different 20 Under 40
The Millions offers an answer to everyone's complaints about The New Yorker's 20 Under 40 list of fiction writers--another 20 writers.
Random House of Canada is releasing the digital version of Orange Prize finalist Rosie Alison's The Very Thought of You before the print edition, in order to get the book out in Canada as soon as possible.
Seeking More Steig Larsons
The New York Times reports on how publishers and booksellers are looking under every rock for more Scandanavian mysteries to ride on the coattails of Larson.
iPhone 4 Sells Out
Apple's next iPhone went on pre-order sale yesterday, and, according to Mashable, it sold out.