Here are a few stories to read this morning.
- Despite lawsuit, Boundless takes on publishers with $19.99 interactive open-source textbook (paidContent)
- Do You Still Miss Google Reader? (Gear Diary)
- E-Books Strain Relations Beween Libraries, Publishing Houses (NPR)
Google results will now show 3 in-depth articles – topics include censorship and Legos (GigaOm)How reading habits shape the publishing landscape and what authors and publishers can do to change it (Dear Author)Medium and Being Your Own Platform (Marco.org)Who needs comment threads? Quartz now lets readers annotate articles, paragraph-by-paragraph (TNW)Quartz has reinvented comments. I wish it hadn’t (PandoDaily)