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Penguin Random House Continues to Cash In on Book Banning

February 16th, 2022

Publishers Weekly suggests Penguin Random House is still up to no good cashing in on a banned book’s sudden popularity by squashing its availability at the Internet Archive’s Open Libraries Initiative.

Pocketbook Basic Lux 3 eReader Reviewed

February 7th, 2022

GoodeReader reviews the Pocketbook Basic Lux 3 eReader.

Legacy Publishers Continue Attack on Public Libraries

February 5th, 2022

Publishers Weekly has more on the Maryland-based defense of public libraries that find themselves under attack by Legacy Publishers.

Eye on the Pocketbook Basic Lux 3 eReader

January 30th, 2022

GoodeReader offers a detailed look at the new Pocketbook Basic Lux 3 eReader.

Read ePUB and PDF Files on Amazon Kindle

January 27th, 2022

TechTimes outlines the steps for reading EPUB and PDF format eBooks on an Amazon Kindle.

Flipbuilder Adds eBook Pizzazz to PDFs

January 23rd, 2022

Digital Journal highlights Flipbuilder eBook software’s ability to convert PDFs into engaging content for your eReader.

Maryland Law Forces Publishers to Charge Libraries Fair Prices

January 18th, 2022

Publishers Weekly reports that Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has defended the state’s updated library eBook law saying it is a defense against prejudiced and biased trade practices used by publishers to overcharge public libraries for eBooks.

Libraries Enlist State Governments to Stop Legacy Publisher Greed

December 21st, 2021

Axios reports that libraries have now enlisted state governments to help them battle legacy publishers’ greedy push to force overpriced eBook titles on the public.

Kobo To Launch New Web-Reader

December 13th, 2021

GoodeReader posted on Kobo’s secret beta test of a new web-reading app.

Legacy Publishers Fight Against Fair eBook Pricing

December 12th, 2021

It looks like the legacy publishers’ war on public libraries is flaring up again. According to this Techdirt story,  publishers are suing Maryland to thwart a state law that is intended to make them charge reasonable prices for eBook titles they sell to libraries.