Wednesday Aug 20
Silicon Alley Insider
26-Year-Old Deaf-Blind Lawyer Sues Scribd For Alleged Discrimination
A deaf-blind attorney who made Business Insider's 2013 list of the 20 most impressive Harvard Law students is now fighting for the rights of blind readers in a lawsuit against digital subscription reading service Scribd , seeking equal access for the blind.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Julia MacKay & Greg Freed Join Content Acquisition Team at Scribd
Julia MacKay and Greg Freed have joined the Content Acquisition team at eBook subscription company Scribd.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Julie MacKay has joined Scribd as manager, content acquisition, working out of the company's New York office.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Why the Library Beats Amazon---for Now
Amazon, Scribd and Oyster now sell all-you-can-eat ebook subscriptions. But Personal Tech columnist Geoffrey A. Fowler found a free alternative with a much better digital selection: Your local public library.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Which Subscription Service is Best for Self-Published Authors: Kindle Unlimited, Scribd or Oyster?
Amazon's new Kindle Unlimited e-book reader subscription program caused a real commotion in the publishing industry last month.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Scribd improves reader experience with new browsing features
'The Last Horseman' by Frank Zafiro is one of about 100 titles by Spokane area authors that are available on Scribd.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Scribd Re-imagines The e-book Browsing Experience
Scribd's new browse experience brings the familiar elements of browsing a neighborhood bookstore into the digital realm, from personalized staff picks, to shelves for every category and special interest niche imaginable.
Scribd Redesigns Browser For eBook Subscription Service
The goal is to make shopping around for books to read more akin to the physical world than the digital world.