Category Archives: Publishing 3.0

Publishing books via apps for mobile devices

From the outset, we’ve been keen to publish books in a variety of forms. We set up to publish e-books in ePub, PDF, and mobi formats. Pretty soon we discovered our readers wanted our books available in print too. We’ve

Publishing books via apps for mobile devices

From the outset, we’ve been keen to publish books in a variety of forms. We set up to publish e-books in ePub, PDF, and mobi formats. Pretty soon we discovered our readers wanted our books available in print too. We’ve

Manifesto for the future of publishing

Two recent articles on the way publishing is heading strike me as exceptionally intelligent. The first is Sander Nagtegaal, “Cloud print: transforming digital data as a service”, which I am pleased to have reblogged (11 Oct) here. The second is

Manifesto for the future of publishing

Two recent articles on the way publishing is heading strike me as exceptionally intelligent. The first is Sander Nagtegaal, “Cloud print: transforming digital data as a service”, which I am pleased to have reblogged (11 Oct) here. The second is

Will cloud print revolutise publishing?

Monographer writes: I first read Sander Nagtegaal’s post on cloud printing here on Gigaom (7 Oct 2012). It struck me as informative and boldly argued. It is reblogged here with kind permission from the author.  Digital publishing is growing rapidly and

Will cloud print revolutise publishing?

Monographer writes: I first read Sander Nagtegaal’s post on cloud printing here on Gigaom (7 Oct 2012). It struck me as informative and boldly argued. It is reblogged here with kind permission from the author.  Digital publishing is growing rapidly and

Originally posted on Yakov Fain's Blog:
 1812 Imagine I wanted to write a book about Web development in the year 1812. Which tools would I need? I’d need an ink, a quill pen, and a stack of paper. To…

Originally posted on Yakov Fain's Blog:
 1812 Imagine I wanted to write a book about Web development in the year 1812. Which tools would I need? I’d need an ink, a quill pen, and a stack of paper. To…

Cloud computing for libraries: review

Cloud computing for libraries, by Marshall Breeding, is published by the American Library Association (2012) in The Tech Set series. The aim of the book is ‘to equip libraries with the information and practical advice needed to evaluate the many opportunities

Cloud computing for libraries: review

Cloud computing for libraries, by Marshall Breeding, is published by the American Library Association (2012) in The Tech Set series. The aim of the book is ‘to equip libraries with the information and practical advice needed to evaluate the many opportunities

Business in the cloud: review

Business in the cloud, by Michael Hugos and Derek Hulitzky, is a Wiley publication (2011). The book provides a very clear introduction to cloud computing. For example, the third chapter is entitled ‘Key technologies used in cloud computing’: it deals

Business in the cloud: review

Business in the cloud, by Michael Hugos and Derek Hulitzky, is a Wiley publication (2011). The book provides a very clear introduction to cloud computing. For example, the third chapter is entitled ‘Key technologies used in cloud computing’: it deals

Scriffon – review of cloud publishing resource

For the first of a number of reviews of cloud publishing resources I have selected what must be the simplest – Scriffon. It is a cloud publishing resource in the sense that it allows readers to access text without downloading.

Scriffon – review of cloud publishing resource

For the first of a number of reviews of cloud publishing resources I have selected what must be the simplest – Scriffon. It is a cloud publishing resource in the sense that it allows readers to access text without downloading.