Daily Links: 5 Things That Will Disappear In 5 Years

daily_links_1Daily Links for Sunday, January 2, 2016:

5 Things That Will Disappear In 5 Years (Techcrunch) –  I am not sure that I agree with this list, no more than I would agree that books are goint to disappear, but it is interesting….

How Medium is breaking Washington’s op-ed habit (Politico) – Twitter has changed the way we get news so it is food for thought.

Infographic: Reading Has Its Benefits (The Digital Reader) – Reading more stress reducing than tea? Really? Who would have thought?

Deals of the Day:

Amazon’s Kindle Daily Deal includes Lisa Jackson’s  You Don’t Want To Know for $1.99. There is also a selection of for 50 Kindle books for $2 each to choose from, as well as over 60 select history books at up to 85% off.

Amazon is also offering a Chromo Inc Tablet – 7 inch HD touchscreen Android Tablet  for $42 today as one of its Daily Deals.

Barnes and Noble’s Nook Daily Find is Murder Freshly Baked(Amish Mystery Series) by Vannetta Chapman for $1.99.  The Romance Daily Find is Seduction of a Highland Lass (McCabe Trilogy #2) by Maya Banks for $1.99.

Kobo’s Daily Deal is The Ian Rutledge Starter by Charles Todd for $1.99. This is a four book volume which includes the titles A Test of Wills, A Long Shadow, A False Mirror, and A Pale Horse.

The iTunes Weekly Bestsellers under $4 includes Neil Gaiman’s Odd and the Frost Giants for $1.99.

(A note on Daily Deals: All prices current at the time of posting and subject to change. Most items marked Daily Deals are good for only the day posted.

Many large promotions have discount pricing that is set by the publisher. This usually means that titles can be found at a discount price across most platforms (with iTunes sometimes being the exception). If you have a favorite retailer you like to patronize, check the title on that website. There is a good chance that they will be matching the sale price.)

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 Twitter and on the Google Plus eBook Evangelist Page.

Daily Deals: Sapiens, American Gods and C.S. Lewis

sapiensDaily deals for Monday, December 14, 2015:

On Amazon, the Kindle Daily Deals include Mary Monroe’s Bad Blood and a paranormal romance by Maya Banks.I also found some really good prices on some other bestsellers:

At Barnes and Noble, Sky Raiders (Five Kingdoms Series #1) is the Daily Find. The Christmas romance trend continues with today’s romance Daily Find, Blame it on the Mistletoe. Both ebooks are priced at $1.99 each.

Guidebook to Murder  by Lynn Cahoon is the Kobo Daily Deal, price at $1.99. Kobo also has a special on best-selling YA for $4.99 or less through December 21, 2015.

If you are a Woot shopper, you may be interested in a refurbished Trio TrioAXS4G 7.85″ Quad-Core 16GB Android Tablet that is selling for $39.99. This tablet is labeled with the Free 200MB T-Mobile 4G Data For Life plan.

(Note: All prices current at the time of posting and subject to change. Most items marked Daily Deals are good for only the day posted.)

2014 Black Friday deals at Barnes and Noble

bnsaleBarnes and Noble has put their Black Friday deals up on their website. They are offering a variety of goodies; some are available online, others are in-store only.

The big doorbuster in-store item is the the Nook-branded Samsung Galaxy Tab 7″ for $129.99. There are also signed editions from authors such as E.L. James, Donna Tartt, Neil Gaiman and more. These are labeled while supplies last and you can enter a zip code to find a store near you.

Available online, there are a number of 50% off items, including educational toys and games, activity kits, gift books and DVDs. There are also some buy one, get 50% off one items.

Barnes and Noble is also offering a 30% off one item coupon which can be used online or printed and used in-store. Nook books and devices are excluded from the offer.

The Black Friday weekend sale runs from November 28 to November 30, 2014.