Morning Roundup: Kobo revenues up, Taking screen shots on Kindles and more
February 18, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
Kobo Revenues Up 44% in 2013, Userbase up 50% (The Digital Reader)
Amazon might not be releasing any interesting details about Kindle Store sales in 2013, but luckily for us Rakuten is more generous. This international retail conglomerate held their annual stockholders meeting on Friday, and they released a few details about Kobo.
Nashville’s Limitless Libraries Hopes to Merge School and Public Library ILS (The Digital Shift)
Limitless Libraries, an ongoing partnership between Nashville Public Library (NPL) and Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS), is planning a move to a shared ILS system, and has requested funding for the transition from the office of Nashville’s mayor.
Take Screenshots on Almost Any Kindle Device (Lifehacker)
You can also take screenshots on most other Kindle devices (and devices that run the Kindle app). Here’s the rundown.
Death & Destruction: Overused Terms to Describe Publishing (GoodeReader)
Can we all agree that we will stop using terms like “killing” and “death” to describe the state of publishing?
Kindle Daily Deals: Collateral Damage (and others)