Are Message Boards on the Way Out? (Teleread)
30 times the novel has been declared dead since 1902 (Vox)
New App Blocks Profanity From Being Displayed On eBooks (Galley Cat)
Pushkin Press Announces New Crime Imprint: Pushkin Vertigo (Publishing Perspectives)
ICANN, Copyright Infringement and the Public Interest (Wahsington Post)
Rakuten Buys OverDrive; What’s it Mean for Kindle Library Books? (The Ebook Reader)
Telephone and Broadband:
LG’s ridiculously cute AKA gets a wider release (Android Central)
Gaming and Streaming:
Watch Thousands of Free Movies at Documentary Heaven (Lifehacker)
How Many People Want to Pay for ESPN? The Web Will Tell Us. (Recode)
Discovery Channel Founder Starts Nonfiction Streaming Video Service Recode)
Chromecast update allows some users to control it with a TV remote (Android Central)
PlayStation Vue launches live-TV service in three cities, starts at $49/mo (Ars Technica)
Apple Reportedly Gearing Up for Online Television Service (Gear Diary)
Classic FPS Descent to be rebooted by Star Citizen alums
Tips, Tricks and How-to:
How to use FaceTime on iPad (Tab Times)
How to Access Dropbox on Chrome OS (Google Chromecast)
Finds and Deals:
Amazon’s Kindle Daily Deals for today feature romance, biography and science fiction, including Walter Tevis’ classic, The Man Who Fell to Earth (the basis for the amazing 1976 film staring David Bowie).
The NOOK Find of the Day is The Rise (The Originals Series #1) by Julie Plec for $2.99. This is a tie-in to the TV series.
The Kobo Daily Deal is The Lions of Lucerne – The Scot Harvath Series (Book #1) by Brad Thor for $1.99.
Daily Links are interesting links I discover as I go about my online day. The frequency and number of links posted depend upon the daily news. I also post other, different links of interest on the Google Plus eBook Evangelist Page.