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Upcycling Old Kindle eReaders

December 26th, 2021

MakeUseOf talks about cool ways to upcycle your old Kindle.

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

December 25th, 2021

Merry Christmas!

All the Best to you and yours!

iPhone Apps for eReaders

December 23rd, 2021

GoodeReader lists eight exciting iPhone Apps that eBook readers will love.

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.

Prescription for Kindle Perfection

December 19th, 2021

Android Authority lists the updates and add-ons that would make the Amazon Kindle eReaders perfect.

Best eReaders to Gift this Holiday Season

December 15th, 2021

CengNews lists the best eBook Readers for the year 2021. (If you’re planning to gift one over the holiday season.)

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.

Kobo Sage eReader Reviewed

December 10th, 2021

Input reviews the Kobo Sage eReader. Lots of information and pics at the link.

Legacy Publishing Gets Gamed

December 8th, 2021

The Baltimore Sun writes about the sad state of legacy publishing that appears to be having trouble pushing their outdated business model onto the ever-changing hi-tech social media world. The article exposes the deep thinking that goes into their publishing process–they guess.

Instead of just selling compelling books at reasonable prices, they try to game a system they do not understand. Similar to the old days, minus the outrageous profits.