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Reading about eReading this week July 1, 2013

Why borrowing an e-book from your library is so difficult?

Amazon.com Adds a Lot of New Content to “Kindle FreeTime Unlimited” Service For Kids

OdiloTID enables libraries to directly negotiate with publishers for ebooks, following DCL Model

A New Zealand Public Library Partners With Kobo and Begins Selling Ereaders and Tablets

3M Launches Next Generation of Its Library Platform

Barnes & Noble to Discontinue Nook Tablet Business, Continue With E-Readers

Younger Americans’ Library Habits and Expectations

Baker & Taylor’s MyLibraryBookstore Provides Customized eCommerce Services for Libraries, Enabling Patron Purchasing via Axis 360

“putting books on shelves is the most important thing publishers do. It’s the only thing they can do that self-publishers can’t as well”

Why Big Publishers Think Genre Fiction Like Sci-Fi Is the Future of E-Books

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