Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Deconstructing Bestsellers
You'd think a "bestseller" would be a bestseller everywhere, but that's not the case. Several publications that publish bestseller lists get their sales figures from different sources, who collect the data in different ways, each slightly skewed in accuracy. Sean Rocha investigates why a book that's a bestseller in Los Angeles might not even make the list in New York, and how sales of books on each list may vary widely. Click the headline.

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