Daily Links: Schedule tabs to open and more

chromeDigital Life:

How To Schedule Tabs To Open At Fixed Times In Chrome And Firefox (Make Use of)

Google Glass is Dead; Long Live Google Glass (Digital Reader)

Kids Exercising More Autonomy in Digital Content (Digital Book World)

92 Percent of College Students Prefer Reading Print Books to E-Readers (New Republic)

Sony to Launch New eBook DRM in April (Digital Reader)

Humanities Open Book Program seeks to give new life to out-of-print books in the humanities (Talking New Media)

Broadband and Telephone:

Closer Look at Dual Screen Yotaphone 2 (Videos) (eBook Reader)

Marriott tentatively backs off Wi-Fi blocking plans (Ars Technica)

Finds and Deals:

The Amazon Kindle Daily Deals today include science fiction and fantasy novel Radiant: Towers Trilogy Book One  by Karina Sumner-Smith and Kid’s Daily Deal Anton and Cecil, Book 1: Cats at Sea.

Barnes and Noble Find of the Day is The Troublemaker Next Door by Marie Harte (99 cents).

The Kobo Daily Deal is The Cater Street Hangman by Anne Perry ($3.99).

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 links of interest on the Google Plus eBook Evangelist Page.

Daily Links: CES 2015 Day 3

CES webMore new shiny toys for day three:

The YotaPhone 2 is coming to a U.S. carrier, exec says (Android Central)

Hands On With the Hemingwrite (Digital Reader)

Cast-Fi is a speaker with a display and a port for Chromecast (Gigaom)

This Gadget Could One Day Charge Your Mobile Device from 15 Feet Away (Digital Reader)

 USB 3.1 and Type-C: The only stuff at CES that everyone is going to use (Ars Technica)

Hands-on with Intel’s new mini-desktops: Faster, smaller, more expandable (Ars Technica)

Your future kitchen knows when food is spoiling, tells you what to make for dinner (Mashable)

I tried to search for USB Type-C cables and was disappointed in the results, so I am not quite sure the future is actually here yet….

You can check out the official CES website here.