GoodeReader reports on Penguin’s move to sell their eBook titles directly via their Readmill Social Reading platform.
It’s an idea that will take time, patience and money, three things that big corporations have in short supply when doing up their quarterly reports.
The Business Journal’s Tech Flash has an interesting post that says HarperCollins will start to sell digital editions of C.S. Lewis titles directly through narnia.com and cslewis.com using Digital River Inc.’s eCommerce tech.
It’s an interesting development, and a logical one for the connected marketplace.
GoodeReader offers a report on the consumption of eBooks by parents, teens and children.
Digital Book World tracks the downward trend in eBook pricing.
The Geeks of Doom report on Neil Gaiman and his Dr. Who eBook. Video at the link.
Library Journal posts on the unpleasant realities of eBooks in libraries.
Digital Trends writes about Flickr Photo Books where digital photography meets print-on-demand technology.
And Digital Book World offers a post on Simon & Schuster’s release of an Interactive Shakespeare App.