EPUBSecrets #Eprdctn Links for March 15, 2018

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

  1. Project Gutenberg blocks German users after court rules in favor of Holtzbrinck subsidiary (Teleread)
  2. Your Interactive Makes Me Sick (Source)
  3. Tracking the slow, sad death of Barnes & Noble via the wrong numbers (ThinkNum)
  4. Browser plugin replaces the word “blockchain” with “multiple copies of a giant Excel spreadsheet” (Boing Boing)
  5. We Write CSS Like We Did in the 90s, and Yes, It’s Silly (A List Apart)
  6. The Internet Isn’t Forever (LongReads)
  7. Why the PDF Is Secretly the World’s Most Important File Format (Motherboard)
  8. These are the BPL’s most-lost books (Boston Globe)

The #Eprdctn Links post is a joint project of EPUBSecrets and Nate Hoffelder of The Digital Reader.

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