disruptionPublish and They Will Come…Right? (Digital Book World)
Creating awareness is the most fundamental and crucial step in the book discovery process–and it is a process; discoverability does not end there.

How Middle School Reading Lists Have Evolved Since 100 Years Ago (GalleyCat)
Annie Holmquist over at BetterEd.org dug up the curriculum manual from a 1908 middle school reading list to compare it with modern reading lists.

Libraries Loan Out 105 Million eBooks in 2014 (GoodeReader)
Libraries that do business with Overdrive loaned out 137 million digital assets in 2014, which is a 33% increase from 2013.

Industries That Are Ripe for Disruption (The Simple Dollar)
Who’s going to shake up airline travel or cellphone plans?

Kindle Daily Deal: To Find a Mountain (and others)

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