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Monday Morning Coffee – 9 May 2022

Monday Morning Coffee – 9 May 2022

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning. Texans are suing their county gov’t after books were removed from the public library.  Amazon is no longer selling ebooks in the Kindle Android app.  Did you know there’s a Tetris port for the Kindle?  A...
Monday Morning Coffee – 9 May 2022

Morning Coffee – 2 May 2022

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning. Just in time for the 15th anniversary of the launch of the Kindle, Amazon added Epub support to its convert-by-email service. (Amazon’s professional conversion tools had this feature years ago.) Kris Rusch goes...
Morning Coffee – 25 April 2022

Morning Coffee – 25 April 2022

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning. Librarians are calling out Hoopla for featuring racist, conspiracy nut, and other fringe works in its catalog.  Here are ten awful truths about book publishing.  Andrew Karre argues that book bans don’t sell...
Monday Morning Coffee – 9 May 2022

Morning Coffee – 18 April 2022

Here are a few stories to read this morning. The NYC Public Library is making 4 banned books available for free via its SimplyE app.  Maryland concedes the legal fight over its library ebook licensing law. dammit Supply and distribution problems continue to get in the...
Morning Coffee – 25 April 2022

Morning Coffee – 11 April 2022

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning. John Wilker explains why he is going to stop getting on panels at SF cons (He is there to sell books)  Sandra Wendel shares several ways you can waste time and money not protecting your copyright.  One she did not...
Monday Morning Coffee – 9 May 2022

Monday Morning Coffee – 4 April 2022

Here are a few stories to read this Monday morning. Google’s new rules on in-app purchases mean that the Audible and Nook apps will soon be losing their integrated stores.  A disappointing amount of legally-binding regulation in the US is actually under...