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Jul
13

eReader Lovers Remain Convinced

William Wren’s contribution to The Globe and Mail spells it out for people who keep predicting the end of eBooks in his article Why do so many people turn their noses up at eReaders?

Not everyone’s going to like them, but an awful lot of us just LOVE eReaders and are planning for LONG and HAPPY lives with them.

Jul
3

Publisher Manipulation Failed to Sell Paper Books and Slowed eBook Sales

A Phys Org post reports that research in INFORMS journal Management Science indicates that publishers who tried to manipulate readers into buying paper books over eBooks, only managed to drive their eBooks sales down.

The readers weren’t having it.

Jun
5

More eBook Players Prepare for Coming Market Battle

Ars Technica writes about recent improvements to Apple’s iBooks app that will be redesigned in function and named: Books.

More jockeying as the major eBook retailers prepare for the upcoming eBook Revolution Resurgence which will show the old guard Apple, Kobo/Rakuten-Walmart and Barnes & Noble square off with Amazon for market domination.

May
7

Legacy Publisher Scam eBook Readers

In a Bookseller article I missed (shame on me), Amy Durant shines some light on the scam being perpetrated by the legacy publishers on the reading public. By inflating eBook prices and fudging the data they’re reporting a drop in eBook sales when in fact, only legacy publisher eBooks are failing to sell.

The Indie authors and publishers continue to grab up market share.

May
4

Indie Publish = Yes ~ Exclusive Amazon = NO

AuthorLink Writers & Readers Magazine lists the pros and cons of being an Indie author and/or publisher while pointing out the pitfalls of going exclusive with Amazon.

May
3

First Persian eReader “Fidibo” Now Available

GoodeReader reports on Iranian company Fidibo’s launch of its Persian-optimized eBook reader with integrated eBookstore. The first of its kind Fidibo Hannah F1 is now available.

May
2

eBook Readers Beat Tablets for Reading

TechLector argues the case that eBook Readers beat tablets for reading. They’re easier on the eyes.

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