Kindle Daily Deal: Radiance of Tomorrow (and others)
Kindle Needs a ‘Subscribe to Author’ Button (TechCrunch)
But Ward added an interesting aside near the end of her post: she would love to offer her readers a paid subscription to her work.
Why My Kindle is Still Part of my Morning Reading (GigaOM)
So as a power reader, I wanted to outline how I read these days, and why my Kindle still matters.
In 2015, I Hereby Resolve to Read…Less? (Book Riot)
When I look back at goals from previous years, I’ve often done okay and certainly progressed, but ultimately have generally fallen a little short. And I began to wonder if perhaps my over-eagerness with reading — perhaps even slight obsession? — was hindering my other goals.
How Kobo Leverages Their Biggest Fans to Make Firmware Better (GoodeReader)
Kobo has an ulterior motive with crowd-sourcing ideas and suggestions to improve their product.  Their programming team is smaller than Amazon and Barnes and Noble and they rely less on focus groups, saving them money.
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