Here are a few stories to read this morning.
- Did Amazon Change Algorithms to Protect Their Readers?: The Ten Thousand Gatekeepers of KDP Select (Failure Ahoy!)
- Former Copyright Registers: We Must Limit Fair Use At Public Universities, For The Poor Publishers Who Are Paying Us (Techdirt)
Is “Discoverability” Even A Problem? (brett sandusky)Love in Amish Country (Paris Review)'Naked Girls Reading' Fall Foul of D.C. Licensing Laws (LitReactor)Pulse News Reader Dips Its Toes Into Social With New “Highlights” Feature (TechCrunch)Teachers might hate him, but advertisers think he's got a good face (MobyLives)Why Japanese readers don't like e-books (Fortune Tech)Who’s going to capture the social news reader market? Thirst throws its hat in the ring (GigaOm)