E-Books & Self-Publishing Roundup, October 17, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    October 17, 2013

    1. Judge appoints a monitor to keep an eye on Apple e-books biz (Josh Lowensohn / CNET)

    2. Oyster, the Netflix of e-books, arrives on the iPad (Salvidor Rodriguez / LA Times)

    3. Paper powers Disney’s futuristic e-books (Colin Daileda / Mashable)


    4. Self-published pornographic e-books cause trouble for Amazon, Kobo (Carolyn Kellog / LA Times)

    5. Ad-driven e-books are worse — and closer — than you imagine (Dustin Kurtz / Melville House)

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