Archives

2016

October

Medea, a performance history

September

Fixed-Layout ePub with swashes

2015

August

Footnotes, Endnotes, Sidenotes and Popup Notes

Lechlade

Homer’s Iliad

March

From InDesign to iBooks Author

February

Footnotes in Fixed Layout ePUB

2014

December

Spacing my Guillemets

Roundtripping InDesign and ePub re-flowable

Oh! Please Avoid Those Page Breaks After

Small Caps in Headings, Titles and Proper Nouns.

March

Page Numbers and Progress Bar

Add a unique Class Name to the Body Tag in your ePub Chapters

InDesign CC for print and ePub from the Same File?

January

Skeuomorphic eBooks - do you miss them?

Non-Linear Content in Fixed-Layout ePub

2013

December

Balancing Long Lines in Headings

November

Hello, I’m hosted with a new ISP

April

eBook Typography at the London Book Fair 2013

March

Embedding Fonts in eBooks

High Five for Hyphens

Character names in a re-fowable Shakespeare Play

Find / Change in InDesign

Page Breaking in the eBook

January

Text in Costa Rica

2012

November

Please don’t Justify me!

October

iBooks3 - spotting some differences

InDesign experts; Re-Learn InDesign to make eBooks

Using CODA to edit ePUBs

September

eBook Typography - a couple of tweaks

eBook Typography is in the iBooks Store

August

Font Formats for iPad eBooks

Text in Spain

eBooks on iPad - Space available for the content

July

The play’s the thing

From iWeb to Weebly

ePUB3 Special Effects

June

Flowable eBooks: My book on Typography in progress

April

Readium testing

eBook Typography. I’m working on it.

My ‘Creating eBooks’ seminar at the London Book Fair 2012

March

The Missing Semi-Colon

Hidden Characters

2011

November

The Frankfurt Bookfair 2011

September

Using Dreamweaver to Edit ePUB eBooks

August

eBooks or APPS; the publishing choice

Using BBEdit for ePUB

May

HTML5 Validation and the rel tag

Dear Adobe, why did you drop PDFXML Inspector?

April

The Greenness

InDesign to ePUB Problems: Some symptoms and their remedies

March

Benchmark

February

Using Google Fonts

Using PIE to deliver CSS3

January

I am using HTML5 therefore I am

Text at Sea

Rust

2010

December

iBooks ePUBS now keeps Navigation History

Adventures with the now Famous HTML5

Screencasts are up on iTunes

November

If books are part of the web

Books in the Louvre

Trip to Paris

October

Rethinking the Publishing Company

Adobe Releases Its Own HTML5 Video Player

Dockside - St. Malo, France

September

Industrial, Retail and Big Text

O’Reilly Ebook Bundles now include DAISY Talking Book Format

A Drag-n-Drop App for ePub Files

How iPad Usage is Shaping Up

August

iPad grows in online e-book community

Oxford English Dictionary ‘will not be printed again’

iFactory: Oxford University Press Chooses PubFactory to Develop Oxford English Dictionary

Why Metadata Matters for the Future of E-Books

Adobe Digital Magazine Solution Coming in Late Summer

June

Flash and the HTML5 tag

Do It Yourself eBooks

Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 HTML5 Pack Released

eBook Indexes & User Interface Features

First look: Safari 5’s extensions

April

Book design is not ebook design

March

Create EPUB eBooks with Adobe InDesign

The iPad needs its HyperCard

Apple Rolls Out iBooks Feature Page (Eric Slivka/MacRumors)

E-Book Giveaways Correlate to Higher Print Sales

February

New Tool for Rewriting E-Textbooks

The Wired Tablet App: A Video Demonstration

AAUP members: ebook output formats

Javascript ePub Readers

Applying Mathematics To Web Design

How to Create ePub Files for Free

Make Your eReader Look Like a Real Book

HarperCollins to Sell Enhanced Ebooks for New Apple Tablet

Apple And eBooks: A Horror Story

Textbook Firms Ink E-Deals For iPad (Wall Street Journal)

What Are Enhanced Ebooks?

January

Gallery: E-Readers Push Boundaries of Books

Power Web Site

2009

October

eBook appliances at Foyles in London

September

University Trial implies that the Kindle is useless

Vodafone enters UK iPhone market

July

Adobe Flash Catalyst Now Available on Labs

Facebook Now the Internet’s Ultimate Time Waster

April

Rumor: Barnes and Noble eReader Coming Soon? Could It Be Called the BNindle?

March

World’s first colour e-book reader

Major Book Publishers Start Turning To Scribd

February

Norwegian Websites Declare War On IE 6

2007

July

Announcing the Open Library

June

Digital Da Vinci Codes: Thousands of Leonardo’s Papers Go Online

March

Current Mashup and API Trends

February

Want to be part of a collaborative authored project?  Penguin is asking for you.

Reuters Issues Guidelines on Photoshop Use

January

UK Government to shut 551 websites

Adobe Photoshop CS3 Released on Labs

Flipping Hannibal Pages

Too busy for books? Read them by e-mail

2006

December

Why does Flash Disappoint?

November

Adobe Labs online Color Tool

Page or Leaf

Adobe announces availability of Acrobat 8 Professional

August

The Big Picture on Microformats

How the web went world wide

Beaming Up Archimedes Hidden Text

Fifteen years of the web

Was It Done With a Lens, Brush or a Crayon?

July

The rise of the cyber-children

Knockout Book Covers

National learning ‘grid’ scrapped

June

Belgian government moves toward OpenDocument format

Digg is the new Online Newspaper

O’Reilly Animals

China publishes book online before print version released

The End of Wet Photography?

Oh No!  Book Publishing Is At Risk!  Or Maybe Not

Parked up

The Future of Personalized Start Pages

Teamwork with elbowroom—tabletop computing

Microsoft to Adobe: Let’s Make a Deal

The time has come to ditch email

How Much Money Do Most Authors Make? And Other Provocative Industry Stats

May

College 2.0: No Lectures, But Plenty Of Podcasts, Blogs And Text Messages

Can anyone own “Web 2.0?”

Pearson to Acquire PowerSchool

Nuvvo updates its web services

Help Wanted at Flickr

Spry Framework for Ajax Released on Labs

Comic Strips Coming to Cellphones

January

Shangri-La

King Kong is scary

2005

December

Makezine has an Ancestor

Powerpoint Performer

September

No Direction homepage

July

How to install tinyMCE for ExpressionEngine