(6 September 2015) A staggering 95% of all libraries in the United States have an eBook collection, writes Michael Kozlowski in goodEreader.com. Sometimes we take this granted and get irked that there is a long waiting list for a New York Times bestseller. Why can’t libraries simply have enough titles to meet the demand? The answer, is that libraries are gouged on the price for digital content from the publishers.
Read what he has to say about eBook pricing.