Morning Roundup: Sesame Street on Kobo. Less is more in the future of reading?
March 12, 2014 | 8:38 am
By Joanna Cabot
25 years after inventing the web, Tim Berners-Lee invites users to help draft global “bill of rights” (GigaOM)
The World Wide Web Foundation has set up a campaign called Web We Want, which it hopes to see draft a Magna Carta for the digital world as a way of pushing back against malign corporate and government intrusions on web freedom.
Sesame Street eBooks Now on Kobo (GalleyCat)
Sesame Street eBooks are now available through Kobo’s eBook store thanks to a new partnership between eReader company Kobo and Sesame Workshop.
New Survey Shows eBook Adoption at 29% in the UK (The Digital Reader)
The UK reading charity Booktrust has just released a report which looks into that nation’s reading habits, and it has some good news for this ebook-loving blogger.
Fewer Books, Not More, the Future of Reading? (Digital Book World)
Platforms like Amazon, Apple, Oyster and Scribd that work to build the largest and most complete ebook collections for their customers may have it all wrong.
Kindle Daily Deals: A Fine and Dangerous Season (and others)