Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Changing the Way Readers Buy Ebooks

New Ebook Retailer Proposes to Change the Way Readers Buy Ebooks | Digital Book World: "A new ebook retailer proposes to change the way the readers buy ebooks, allowing them to purchase sections of works, mix and match and mash up the licensed works of others with their own work. will also offer users the ability to buy physical books — even their mashed up creations print-on-demand — if they so choose . . .“The consumer demand for control has transformed industries such as music and travel. The change in publishing is similarly inevitable,” Ken Munro, co-founder and CEO of Trust Media Distribution, one of the two firms behind the new site . . . Total Boox, an Israeli start-up, allows readers to add books to a bookshelf and then only pay for what they read." (read more at link above)

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