Phil the Web Crawler – serial fiction in a digital age, Random House-Penguin merger ok’d (Penguin House?) and OCLC offers genealogy

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– In lawsuit with publishers, open textbook startup Boundless hits back.

– A Dutch publisher talks about his new mobile app with subscriptions for individual writers.

– Updated: Time Warner reportedly in talks to sell most of its magazines to Meredith.

– Startup Plympton acquires DailyLit to deliver serial fiction in a digital age.

– Department of Justice clears Random House-Penguin merger.

– Hearst: Women finally embracing online magazines thanks to 7-inch screens.

– Inkling makes its Google-friendly digital publishing tools free to everyone.

– EBSCO Publishing releases new eBook subscription offering – eBook Public Library Collection.

– OCLC and FamilySearch partnership will combine resources for richer genealogy research experience.


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