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Reading about eReading this week January 27, 2014

OdiloTID Scores Ebook Platform Deal With Colorado Libraries

Without net neutrality, windows and doors may be closing

Disintermediation and Its Discontents: Publishers, Libraries, and the Value Chain

Subscription eBook services and publishers. Why don’t they get along?

Simon & Schuster Demands Libraries Start Selling eBooks

The show ended with a quick survey of the group’s reaction to the subscription e-book model—something of an unofficial theme topic at this year’s DBW—and the reviews were mixed. Shatzkin said “agents are dubious and resistant.” And Raccah was dubious as well, “it probably can be made to work, but it looks like a library to me and competes with OverDrive,”

Total Boox, a new ebook platform for libraries, launches

Improving the Digital Reading Experience

“It’s worth considering what it would mean to lose Barnes & Noble in two years.

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