ELSEWHERE: The “Netflix for Books” Has Arrived

Netflix has changed the way that we consume movies and TV. No longer do we purchase DVDs; instead, we can stream everything we watch for one low price. And now, thanks to the newly announced Oyster service, we can do the same thing with books. For $9.95/month, you have access to 100,000 titles, with many more to come. Forbes‘ Steven Bertoni has more info.

ELSEWHERE: Confessions of a Drone Warrior
ELSEWHERE: Reconfigurable Robots of the Future
ELSEWHERE: Why Japan's Young People Aren't Having Sex
ELSEWHERE: Whatever Happened to the University?
About Jason Morehead

Jason Morehead lives in the lovely state of Nebraska with his wife, three children, zero pets, and a large collection of CDs, DVDs, books, and video games. He's a fan of Arcade Fire and Arvo Pärt, Jackie Chan and Andrei Tarkovsky, "Doctor Who" and "Community," and C.S. Lewis and Haruki Murakami. He's also a web development geek, which pays the bills — and buys new music and movies. Twitter: @jasonopus. Web: http://opus.fm.


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