Here are a few stories to read this morning.
- Digital books cost way cheaper than the print in China but are not cheap to create at all (TechNode)
- An Ethical Guide To Consuming Content Created By Awful People Like Orson Scott Card (ThinkProgress)
- I just regained some faith in humanity’s ability to go paperless (Pocketables)
ISBN numbers: Book-keeping (The Economist)
The Macalope Weekly: A fundamental disconnect (Macworld)
Selections from One-Star Amazon Reviews of Melville’s Moby-Dick (biblioklept)
Will eBook Adoption Flatten out at 30% of the Market (Dear Author)