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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

eBites: Link Rodeo!

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I'm a liberal user of the star feature for items in Google Reader, especially things that pertain to ebooks, Kindle, e-readers in general, and digital publishing. For this week's eBites installment, it's time for another Link Rodeo!





Complete with Link Rodeo cowgirl!

Tanya over at Among the Muses always has the scoop on great ebooks, and her post on ebook bundles will make you want to drop some serious dough.  Check it out!

For those who are wondering what DRM is and whether or not it's important or something we as readers should care about, Apprentice Alf brings us Ebook Formats, DRM and You: A Guide for the Perplexed (obtained via BoingBoing.)

If you're like me and just can't seem to get enough indie author/publishing success stories, check out this post over at Babbling About Books and More, where KB gets the scoop from Amanda Hocking on selling 100,000 ebooks, self publishing, and more!

If you're still confused by all of the hullaballoo surrounding Amazon's Kindle lending feature, or about digital book lending in general, Dear Author has the answers in an appropriately titled post: Digital Lending: How it Works and Who Allows It.

Moira Rogers wades into the digital fray with a really interesting post entitled Lending vs. Downloading vs. Pirating: The Fine Lines.  It's a very thought provoking read.

If you have an Android phone and are new to the world of Android reading apps, Dear Author is here to help with Reading with Android 101: A Reading App Guide.

I hope everyone is having an excellent week so far, with plenty of good reading!
 
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