Publishers are at a crossroads when it comes to digitizing their books and marketing them through various sales channels. There is no shortage of companies out there begging for business and passing themselves off as a one stop shop for eBook creation services. What are the current best practices for developing an eBook creation pipeline? Is it better to develop your own technologies and create everything in-house, or to outsource it to a third party?
Email. With the new iBooks Desktop Web Inspector, we now have a little insight into how certain parts of the iBooks application works. If you have ever wondered why something looks a little funky or wanted to dig into using ...
The LDS Gospel Library app is wonderful but lacks social sharing and collaboration tools integrated with LDS Account. Perhaps Yammer could be leveraged to help with this? ePubs are disjointed with only hypertext links to connect them with other content.
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