Morning Roundup: Evolution of Digital Publishing, eBay Starts Selling Digital Goods
December 6, 2013 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
The Evolution of Digital Publishing and its Formats (Scholarly Kitchen)
This week’s video takes a look at the evolution of the online article, from the ASCII format of early internet days, through PDF, to HTML and beyond…
eBay Pushes Into Curating And Selling Digital Goods, Launches Dedicated Marketplace For Digital Comics (Tech Crunch)
eBay has long been known as the de facto marketplace for buying and selling physical goods. But today the marketplace giant is making an interesting move into digital goods, launching a dedicated marketplace for digital comics.
National Library of Norway Digitizing All Books Published in Norway (GoodeReader)
The National Library of Norway has embarked on an ambitious mission, that of digitizing all of its titles with the hope of achieving this by mid-2020.
McGraw Hill, OverDrive Partner on Professional Ebooks for K–12 Schools, Libraries (The Digital Shift)
McGraw-Hill Professional, a division of McGraw Hill Education, and OverDrive announced today that the publisher’s professional ebook catalog is now available for K–12 school libraries and public libraries worldwide.
Kindle Daily Deals: Eight Books He Will Love (and others)