EPUBSecrets #Eprdctn Links for August 24, 2017
Welcome to the latest installment of the EPUB Secrets link post, where we curate the top stories related to digital publishing.
- Twitter will render children illiterate in 20 years says Jacobson (The Bookseller)
- Medium will now pay writers based on how many claps they get (The Verge)
- Are We Different Writers When We Move From Longhand to a Screen? (Literary Hub)
- What I’ve learned from giving my ebook away (Teleread)
- Copyright and the Historical Record (CopyHype)
- Wattpad takes ‘chat fiction’ beyond text with launch of Tap Originals (TechCrunch)
- DRM in web standards creates new barriers to accessibility (BoingBoing)
- Bought a PDF From Kobo? It’s Going Away After 1 November (The Digital Reader)
- Announcing the Copyright and Technology 2018 Conference (Copyright and Technology)
The #Eprdctn Links post is a joint project of EPUBSecrets and Nate Hoffelder of The Digital Reader.