ebooksThe Myth of Globalization in Consumer Tech (Re/Code)
As he recounted this story, what stood out to him was not that these young Chinese tourists didn’t use Facebook or Instagram, but that they clearly had no idea what they were.

Companies Join Forces to Provide Free eBooks in Airport (GoodeReader)
Most travelers don’t count the airport as the best part of their trip, but thanks to a joint effort by BookShout, HarperCollins, and American Express Canada, the wait time might be a little more pleasant.

Most Canadian Publishers Now Selling eBooks Direct (DBW)
66% of Canadian publishers are now selling ebooks directly to consumers, according to a new survey by BookNet Canada.

The Benefits of Reading a Book You Don’t Like (Book Riot)
Everyone had something to say about whether personal taste has a place in a serious discussions of literature, and I was pleasantly surprised to find that some of my Very Serious Literary Friends share my tastes.

Kindle Daily Deal: Driftwood (and others)

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