EPUBSecrets #Eprdctn Links for October 27, 2017

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Welcome to the latest installment of the EPUBSecrets link post, where we curate the top stories related to digital publishing.

  1. The Ins and Outs of e-Book Distribution (IBPA blog)
  2. Meet Shelley, the AI horror writer that collaborates with humans to create hair-raising tales (Daily Mail)
  3. Portugal passes the world’s first reasonable DRM law (BoingBoing)
  4. An attempt to building a font database with opentype.js (Florian Schulz)
  5. When Nothing Ever Goes Out of Print: Maintaining Backlist Ebooks (Teresa Elsey)
  6. On Readium CSS (Jiminy Panoz)
  7. 5 Favorite Fonts with Hidden Type Ornaments (The Book Designer)
  8. Modern speedreading apps don’t help comprehension (From experience to meaning…)
  9. What is a “serif” in Hebrew? (The Journal Blog)

The #Eprdctn Links post is a joint project of EPUBSecrets and Nate Hoffelder of The Digital Reader.

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