The writer and journalist takes up our Twitter-based challenge to come up with a story in 140 characters or fewer
Margaret Hodge, chair of public accounts committee, signals company interview to come on tax arrangements
Exclusive: Guardian investigation shows key role of British-based staff in pushing tax rulebook to its limits
Journey of new novel shows how book printed and published in Britain – and bought on Amazon – is taxed in Luxembourg
The novelist talks us through his reluctant engagement with the digital age, and his strategies for escaping it
Web giant introduces new way to pay for apps and games with giveaway to Kindle Fire users. By Alison Flood
Profile: The controversial columnist, who has moved inexorably over the years from left to right, has now launched her own publishing empire 'to make a better world'. Will readers, including her fans in the US, buy into her vision?
Author of longrunning vampire saga – inspiration for TV's True Blood – becomes target of online vitriol for her choice of ending
Novelist challenges readers to flip genders of famous book covers and expose publishers' sexist attitudes to women's fiction
Opening 50 pages of Sex and the City author's new novel made available online, along with her agonised emails to publisher
Robert McCrum: An internet production of Shakespeare's classic comedy is not so much the RSC dumbing down as Google flaunting its cultural credentials – and that can only be a good thing
The iPad app of John Buchan's The Thirty-Nine Steps is breathtaking to look at but the storytelling is desperately slow, writes Anna Baddeley
Stewart Brand was at the heart of 60s counterculture and is now revered as a tech visionary whose book anticipated the web. Carole Cadwalladr met him
The Costa award-winning novelist and standup takes us through the icons, treasured and obsolete, that share her workspace
The choices offered by digital publishing can only be good news for writers, says Barry Eisler. So why are traditional publishers so angry?