In another post we offered a new definition for a book and an ebook: ‘A books is a transferable, portable, standalone and interactive package of readable knowledge employing any of the various forms of media, including words, sounds, and static, Continue reading eBook formats
By Arash Hejazi If you search for XML on the web, you will end up on hundreds, thousands of sites where you can get information about XML. Your headache starts when you start with the definition of XML: Extensible Markup Continue reading XML: The cornerstone of a Digital First strategy for publishers
[PREVIOUS ARTICLE: What is an ebook? What is a book? What does reading mean anymore?] Publishers have adopted a Digital First strategy for more than 20 years now. When they started receiving MS Word files from authors and used those Continue reading Digital First: Publishing for multiple outputs
By Arash Hejazi [PREVIOUS ARTICLE: So you want to publish ebooks] We hear about mobi files, ePubs, various platforms, Amazon Kindle, Google Play, iTunes, B&N’s Nook, Kobo… Ebook library aggregators such as MyiLibrary, ebrary or Netlibrary, each demanding different sets of Continue reading What is an ebook? What is a book? What does reading mean anymore?
By Arash Hejazi Ebooks have complicated the world of book publishers Many publishers, especially small and independent publishers, are struggling with the concept of e-publishing. People talk about ebooks, epubs and mobis, the search the web to find the best Continue reading So you want to publish ebooks