EPUB Links for the week

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New Nook Glowlight released (it’s waterproof)

Barnes and Noble has released an updated Nook Glowlight. Nate Hoffelder barely got to use his new device before BN rolled out a software update. Read about the update and early impressions  here.

The state of the print vs ebook battle

NPR talks to booksellers and publishing gurus for their take on the  print / e-edition balance in the marketplace. Between the lines is an acknowledgment that ebooks are not here to conquer, but to be part of the ecosystem. Read and listen to it here.

Used correctly, InDesign pays dividends

So says Laura Brady of Brady Type, in this interview conducted during the Frankfurt Book Fair last week. Always an evangelist for well thought-out workflow, Laura emphasizes InDesign’s native responsiveness : it can generate multiple formats, as long as you plan ahead. Read the interview here.


InDesign Conference is coming soon!

From November 16-18, InDesign users and experts from all over the world will gather in Denver for the annual conference (read all about it). There’s a day that’s all about EPUB and ebooks, led by Chad Chellius, Anne-Marie Concepción, and me.

And new this year, InDesign will share the spotlight with The Photoshop Conference, an event designers won’t want to miss. Colin Smith, David Blatner, and Russell Viers are among the speakers.

ebookcraft March 2016

This important annual conference in Toronto covers the ebook landscape: design, standards, and best practices. A day of workshops leads into a full day of ebook-production-based sessions. You don’t want to miss this; it always draws the best in ebook makers.

 Digital Book World conference registration opens

Next year’s DBW conference will be held March 7–9, 2016 in New York. Register here.

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