As e-reader adoption begins to wane and consumers buy more tablet computers, publishers are scrambling to provide the enhanced, innovative reading experiences readers are coming to expect. It’s not just about the straight-text ebook anymore. iOS App Development for Non-Programmers, a self-published ebook by Kevin McNeish, exemplifies the best in innovative reading...
I was writing this as a comment in the posting by Jeremy Greenfield, but it started getting so long, I thought I might as well make it a post from an author’s and digital publisher’s POV. I found Ms. Hirschhorn’s comments intriguing and honest. The most stunning thing she said seems...
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