Morning Roundup: Kindle Paperwhite vs. Kobo Aura H2O. Concerns about eBook quality?
September 2, 2014 | 9:00 am
By Joanna Cabot
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2 vs Kobo Aura H2O (GoodeReader)
In this video comparison we look at the flagship Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2 and the Kobo Aura H20. This two e-readers have fairly similar technology, as they are both rocking e Ink Carta, which result in faster page turns.
Liberio Review: Turn Your Google Docs into a Published eBook (PC World)
Liberio connects to your Google account. From there you’re able to import any file stored in Drive. While you can also upload files from your PC, the Google credentials are necessary to activate a Liberio account.
Publishers Polled Worry About eBook Quality (Econtent)
But with the temptation to capitalize on speed and low cost, it’s easy for publishers to cut corners on quality, especially when it comes to things that affect look, layout, and readability-such as proper conversion of text, images, and other elements from a print book to an ebook. And because churning out sloppy electronic copy can potentially turn off customers, content providers are worried.
How The Digital Revolution Can Fix Scientific Publishing And Speed Up Discoveries (Tech Crunch)
Many forces are now at work to change the status quo which has existed for more than 100 years. The primitive publishing model employed by these publishers is actually a detriment to science.
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