One of the great big problems on the web today is how to make money from publishing content (if your end goal is making money from content).
Cory Doctorow who certainly doesn’t seem to need traditional publishers, penning a nice piece in favor of publishers.
The new rules feel much more balanced for both publishers and Apple.
Good news for publishers and services like Amazon’s Kindle and Netflix.
The first big name publisher to switch to a web app for publishing and not deal with Apple’s 30% cut.
Apple’s cut is so out of portion to everything else comparable is the real problem.
Good point to recognize this difference, but the point must still be made that both need to be paid, and half to find a system that enables writers and publishers to make money off the content.
Let’s hear it, good job Amazon on getting in touch with Lendle and coming to a reasonable solution.
Working on the web, means you are in publishing.
What total crud, publishers are just hurting themselves by not allowing libraries to loan out their books.