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Posts Tagged: W3C
On the difference between audiobooks, ebooks with media overlays, and assistive technologies.
This is a guest post from Dave Cramer, co-chair of the W3C’s EPUB 3 Community Group, and member of the CSS Working Group, in addition to being Senior Digital Publishing Technology Specialist, Hachette Book Group . It all started with…Continue Reading →
This is a guest post from Teresa Elsey from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. The W3C put on its first Publishing Summit on November 9 and 10 in San Francisco, as part of the W3C Technical Plenary/Advisory Committee week (TPAC), when the…Continue Reading →
What’s happening with digital books at the W3C? Well, lots of things. The Book Industry Study Group (BISG) hosted a webinar on just this topic yesterday. Here is a summary. Bill Kasdorf of Apex Covantage summarized the merger of the…Continue Reading →
Today’s #eprdctn hour on Twitter was a great success. Lots of ideas, lots of participation. No surprise, though: all of the previous sessions have been rollicking. Today, Tzviya Siegman, Lead of Wiley Digital Book Standards & Capabilities, led a spirited discussion…Continue Reading →