Amazon’s subsidized lending of Harry Potter e-books is more evidence of private-sector displacement of public libraries.
The coming showdown over Digital First Sale and library e-book lending.
Libraries could face irrelevance in the world of e-books. One way to avoid this fate is for publishers to treat libraries as if they were radio stations.
When Kindle Library Lending launches, library patrons will be able to borrow e-books and read them on every popular device platform.
Is HarperCollins heralding the slow, painful death of library e-book lending?
Are there market or legal alternatives to the Kindle for library e-book lending?