Sure, it might not seem noteworthy that Sessalee Hensley has shared her enthusiasm about a device that mixes the oil into natural peanut butter with the world—BUT! For publishers, Barnes & Noble queen Sessalee is "right up there with Oprah," according to PW's Sarah Nelson, because she controls what the biggest chain bookstore in America chooses to stock. She can also totally veto a cover and, per New York, "gets credit for touting a certain erstwhile mid-list writer named Dan Brown." So if she's posting on a future-tech blog about how her "husband actually sneaks in a new jar of peanut butter so that he can mix it up before I get to," consider it a veiled message to the book industry: more novels about peanut butter mixing! The PB Code!