An iPad simulator isn't the same as the real device, and that's going to slow things down
Liza Daly says a host of unanswered questions about the iPad's ebook functionality coupled with the disconnect between simulators and hardware, will delay publishing innovation. But one upside: the iPad's hardware will ultimately benefit both native apps and web-based apps.
Slides from the "What Publishers Need to Know about Digitization" webcast.
No matter how strong the encryption, digital rights management can't block "analog hole" piracy.
With a little work and help from some undocumented features, it's possible to read PDFs with their native layout on the Kindle.
Distribute ebooks on your Web site? Make sure Kindle users can get what they're looking for.
At OSCON, Derek Gottfrid explained how the New York Times is using Amazon cloud computing services to make the paper's historical archive viewable on the Web.
Librarians and publishers debated a host of e-publishing issues at the 2008 American Library Association conference.
Don't like any of the e-readers currently available? Here are some ideas on building your own.
Agile software development has transformed online product development. Can it do the same in publishing?