Publisher's Weekly linked an article yesterday on Oyster, a start-up aiming to be "the Netflix of books." My first thought was: a subscription book service--try the library! But realistically, I have only been able to read a few e-books from my public library; lack of selection, long waiting lists and tech issues have prevented me from borrowing e-books. In fact, my Nook is pretty dusty given I can borrow print books much more easily.
What do you think? Would you use a subscription service for e-books? For me, it would depend on the cost and what format it's available on--only smartphone? A tablet? Existing e-reader?
Starting Monday, I'll post as part of the Nineties Blogfest, a fun pop-culture nostalgia extravaganza hosted by Dave Wrote This. You can still sign up!
My focus will be music and possibly a TV show or two from each year. Happy Friday, everyone!
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