Morning Roundup: Amazon Student Scholarship; floating libraries and more
August 28, 2014 | 11:57 am
Under fire? Dropbox, which had held steady while competitors sliced and diced prices, now shows willingness to boost storage limits.
Amazon to Give Out Scholarships to Students (GalleyCat)
The Amazon Student Scholarship is a merit-based contribution that will supply 50 undergrads with $5,000 in tuition money and $500 for textbooks.
Kobo: Technology Takes a Back Seat in the e-book Game (The Telegraph)
Michael Tamblyn, president and chief content officer at Kobo, said that the company felt that it had tapped into “the summit of the reading market”.
The Floating Libraries of Minnesota and New York (Book Riot)
You’ll need a canoe, kayak, paddle board, or inner tube to visit the Floating Library, which sits in the middle of Cedar Lake in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Kindle Daily Deal: Dracula’s Guest (and others)