EPUB Secrets Weekly Links for 7 July 2017

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Editor’s note: This post is the first in a series of weekly link posts gathering news related to digital publishing. We’re still tweaking the focus and design, and still assembling the list of sources, so all feedback would be deeply appreciated.

  1. eBook publishers notified of iTunes Connect changes (Talking New Media)
  2. Korean e-book service Ridibooks scores $20M Series C (Techcrunch)
  3. New findings suggest it might be better to read toddlers an e-book than a print book (Research Digest)
  4. On Standard eBooks’ “Light Modernization” (The Digital Reader)
  5. Our New Book Formatting Resource Page (Indies Unlimited)
  6. Textbooks in the digital world (The Conversation)
  7. Audiobook Anxiety and What Constitutes ‘Real’ Reading (The Walrus)
  8. Copyright Office Proposes Modest Fixes to DMCA 1201, Leaves Fundamental Flaws Untouched (EFF)
  9. How to turn a Raspberry Pi into an eBook server ()
  10. Learning to Read as an Adult Changes Deep Regions of the Brain (Mental Floss)

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2 Responses to “EPUB Secrets Weekly Links for 7 July 2017”

  1. Tony Ross says:

    This is too cool! I totally support this idea. Will there be a space to submit news to the admins?

  2. Hey Tony,

    I hadn’t thought about that, but you’re right in that we need it.

    We’ll probably end up adding a submission box in the sidebar, but for now you can submit links on Twitter (use the #eprdctn hashtag, or tag me – @thDigitalReader). you can also email me links at natehoffelder@gmail.com.