Details over at O’Reilly Labs: New features and bug fixes for Bookworm. Most of these are (by design) internal and not user-facing, but at least two are notable and possibly quite fun. Feedbooks integration At the bottom of the user library page (your home page when you log in), there’s now an option to download… Read more »
Monthly Archives:: July 2009
Thanks to Martin Jenny for a lovely “traditional” style for ePub Zen Garden, using embedded fonts for the headings (use Safari 4 or Firefox 3.5).
Put Option Strategies for Smarter Trading: How to Protect and Build Capital in Turbulent Markets By: Michael Thomsett. Publisher: FT Press America, Welcome to the Poorhouse: What You Must Do to Protect Your Financial Future and the Reform We Need By: Jane White. Publisher: FT Press Unlock the Hidden Job Market: 6… Read more »
This is so cool. Bookworm in Japanese! Thank you Mahalo Ito!
Mark Bertilis was nice enough to invite me to this week’s PubCall, a semi-regular publishing podcast. I talked about the Open Publication Distribution System (OPDS), which I pronounce “op-dees” although probably “Open Pub” will win out. OPDS is building some real momentum. Now is the time to get involved if you are interested in any… Read more »
Some of the most recent titles added to the Safari Books Online library include Best iPhone Apps by O’Reilly Media, Business Process Driven SOA using BPMN and BPEL: From Business Process Modeling to Orchestration and Service Oriented Architecture by Packt Publishing, Apple Training Series: GarageBand ’09 by Peachpit Press, My New iPhone, 1st Edition by No Starch Press, SharePoint… Read more »
Top publishers like Apress, Rocky Nook, Prentice Hall, Peachpit Press, O’Reilly Media, Addison-Wesley, Focal Point, IBM Redbooks, and more add 120 new books, videos and rough cuts to Safari Books Online’s library within seven day span. On The Way to The Web: The Secret History of The Internet and its Founders By: Michael A. Banks…. Read more »
Bookworm is now available in Spanish! I’m thrilled to finally have this up as Spanish was one of the languages I was most interested in adding.