There seems to be a growing interest in FREE (please not pirated) eBooks. One could draw the conclusion that people like to read eBooks, they just don’t want to pay for overpriced eBook titles that legacy publishers continue to foist on the market. (Because legacy publishers wish to undermine the eBook market.)
Now Voice of America makes a few suggestions about where you can find FREE eBooks. (Make sure you understand the difference between Amazon Prime reading which isn’t FREE and just plain Amazon FREE eBooks that are listed on the site to enjoy.)
ZDNet reports that the Linux Foundation has released a FREE eBook for business outlining the best ways to get the most out of open source.
GoodeReader talks about the GoodReads social reading and review platform’s new “ReRead” feature.
Softpedia reports on the release of Calibre 2.79 eBook Manager that comes with Interactive Pop-Up for Connected Android Devices.