The “libroid” has no pages and therefore no page numbers — readers keep track of their progress with the percentage of the text they have already read. Authors can add to the text whenever they want. “Some authors will write round books with endless stories without a beginning or end,” Neffe added.His response was better than mine. I speculated that the name came from libros (book) + hemorrhoid. He posted this video. I can't quite explain why, but it fits.
TBH, I'm more annoyed by the stupid name than the idea. I like enhanced ebooks (sometimes). That's what a libroid is, so why can't he simply call it that? There's no need to make up a new name for an existing idea.