Boston.com talks pitfalls in library eBook lending.
A Gigaom story says a Netherlands bookstore is preparing to sell “second hand” eBooks. European courts prepare to battle over the resale of digital media.
Digital Book World reports that a pilot project has ended favorably and now libraries across the U.S. can access Simon & Schuster’s complete eBook catalog.
And Digital Book World says Penguin Random House dominates the Amazon Best Books for 2014 list. (…a little premature, perhaps. There are five months to go…)
Gigaom posted on a BookStats report that showed U.S. Publisher revenue remained flat in 2013 though the unit sales increased. Lower eBook prices could account for this.
Another important thing to consider when reading this report is Indie author and publisher titles without ISBNs are not tracked by BookStats.
GoodeReader reports that McGraw-Hill has inked a deal with Follett to target schools K-12 for eBook distribution.
Digital Book World reports that a Czech retailer Palmknihy has created a new multi-license form of sale for eBooks.
Mashable has an update on the Apple price-fixing anti-trust lawsuit we hoped had been settled last June with a guilty verdict against the iPad maker.
GoodeReader posted that Oyster eBook Subscription services are now available for Android.
The Digital Reader reports that a used eBook website has launched in Europe. (This development will trigger some debate…)