As libraries and schools transition to e-books, the value of e-book vendors like OverDrive, which make money by licensing content to libraries, has skyrocketed (Daniel A. Gross/New Yorker)

As libraries and schools transition to e-books, the value of e-book vendors like OverDrive, which make money by licensing content to libraries, has skyrocketed (Daniel A. Gross/New Yorker)

Daniel A. Gross / New Yorker:
As libraries and schools transition to e-books, the value of e-book vendors like OverDrive, which make money by licensing content to libraries, has skyrocketed  —  Increasingly, books are something that libraries do not own but borrow from the corporations that do.

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