Morning Roundup: Studying eBook Piracy, iPads Good For Reading to Kids, Are Self-published authors even “published”
October 8, 2013 | 9:45 am
By Juli Monroe
Piracy.lab study investigates ebook piracy (Melville House)
Columbia University has studied ebook piracy and is testing the “accepted” truths about the effect on sales and the industry.
Kids Have Easier Time Reading When Read to by iPad, New Study Says (The Digital Book World)
Parents aren’t the only ones who can read to their kids. Children also do well when read to by an iPad.
Told by an idiot, No. 6 (Bondwine Books)
An absolutely priceless satirical take on a ridiculous self-publishing article. With tongue firmly in cheek, the author “proves” that, among other things, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn isn’t actually a book.
Kindle Daily Deals: Death of Kings (and 4 others)