EPUBSecrets #Eprdctn Links for August 24, 2017

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Welcome to the latest installment of the EPUB Secrets link post, where we curate the top stories related to digital publishing.

  1. Twitter will render children illiterate in 20 years says Jacobson (The Bookseller)
  2. Medium will now pay writers based on how many claps they get (The Verge)
  3. Are We Different Writers When We Move From Longhand to a Screen? (Literary Hub)
  4. What I’ve learned from giving my ebook away  (Teleread)
  5. Copyright and the Historical Record (CopyHype)
  6. Wattpad takes ‘chat fiction’ beyond text with launch of Tap Originals (TechCrunch)
  7. DRM in web standards creates new barriers to accessibility (BoingBoing)
  8. Bought a PDF From Kobo? It’s Going Away After 1 November (The Digital Reader)
  9. 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.

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