Morning Roundup: Make a living as a writer. Kobo’s international strategy paying off
February 19, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
If I was in Charge of the Sony e-Reader or Reader Store (GoodeReader)
Sony has seen diminished sales since their peak and they have been on the downward trend ever since. In 2011, Sony accounted for 28% of all e-readers sold in Canada.
How I Make a Living as a Writer (And You Can Too) (Lifehacker)
The most important thing for me: writing without fear. Writing without judgment. Writing without anger. Making writing fun. Writing right now.
Kobo’s International Strategy is Paying Off (Digital Book World)
Kobo’s content revenue was up 44% in the fourth quarter of 2013 over the previous year, and its customer base grew last year by 50%, proving its push into international markets is so far paying off.
Australia Pushes South Korea Into Life-Plus-70 Copyright Terms As Part Of Free Trade Agreement (Techdirt)
Australia has just put the finishing touches on a free trade deal with South Korea, and hidden amongst the pages of legal wording is a 20-year gift to the copyright industries.
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