ENTRIES TAGGED "EPUB"
Don Linn on the DOJ's lawsuit and the shifting ebook landscape.
Don Linn, president at Firebrand Associates, shares insights into the DOJ lawsuit and offers his take on what lies ahead for publishers and readers.
Gurvinder Batra on KiwiTech's publishing-specific approach.
In this TOC Podcast, KiwiTech founder and CTO Gurvinder Batra talks about how his company masters the challenges of developing apps for the publishing industry. He also says native apps are a better option than EPUB.
EPUB3 could yield enhanced ebooks that finally work on multiple platforms.
New features in EPUB3 are expanding the horizons of ebook enhancement. In this interview, Julien Simon and Jérémie Gisserot of Walrus Books discuss the advantages of EPUB3 and what they’d like to see developers do next.
Joshua Tallent says it's time for ebook design to get the same attention as print design.
Joshua Tallent, owner of eBook Architects and a speaker at TOC 2011, discusses the nuts and bolts of digital production.
Bob Kasher on EPUB3's key areas: multimedia, language support, and accessibility.
Bob Kasher, business development manager for integrated solutions at Book Masters and a speaker at TOC 2011, dishes on EPUB3 and what publishers, developers, and consumers can expect from the new release.
Dave Gunn on how ebook tech helps readers with disabilities and opens a new publishing market.
Dave Gunn, technical manager at the Royal National Institute of Blind People and a speaker at TOC 2011, discusses the bright future of accessible publishing and how it offers moral and financial benefits.
PDF has competition from EPUB.
We track the ebook formats customers actually download, and from the start PDF has been the dominant choice. But as this post's associated chart shows, there's been a steady shift toward other formats.
The inevitability of truly connected books and why publishers need APIs.
The timeline and output may be unknown, but the distinction between the Internet and books is arbitrary, and it is destined to disappear. Hugh McGuire examines the transition and takes a few guesses as to what lies ahead.
This short article outlines some ideas about an open source, online platform for making books, based on WordPress.
Kirk Biglione is a digital rights management (DRM) historian who brings a clear-eyed perspective to an inflammatory topic. While others jump on soapboxes, he actually does the homework. Case in point: Biglione’s in-depth look at the music industry’s stormy history with DRM.