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Archive for category: E-books

   (2015.08.16)

Brian Abrams has written a classic of the oral-history genre

   (2013.07.07)

Jeff Eaton wrote a CMS that forces the use of structured markup

   (2012.04.12)

A designer tells a client why his designs say what the client means. Young designers need Monteiro’s Design Is a Job to learn how to do that. Design Is a Job needed an editor

   (2011.11.25)

Dan Morel has it wrong: Kobo’s business is selling defective merchandise

   (2011.08.21)

BookCamp Toronto 2011 was a liberal-feminist-consensus clusterfuck of mediocrity. But I’m calling their bluff and offering free training

   (2011.03.29)

Craig Morgan Teicher remains a technical ignoramus. Hey, did you hear that poetry is hard to typeset in E-books?

   (2011.03.11)

Seth Godin, Happy Magic Fun Time, and Queer Cinema Classics doled out one at a time

   (2010.12.24)

Claire Berlinski demolishes not only the sanctimony of the entire exercise of best-book-of-the-year lists but the undead premise of the entire publishing industry

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