All around smart publishing woman Jane Friedman (who seems to run even more blogs than I do), has a round-up of “Groundbreaking E-Publishing Services” in her latest newsletter (if you’re an author, I highly recommend). PressBooks gets a nice mention: It’s an amazing and free tool, and if you’re already familiar with how WordPress works,
Joe Wikert of O’Reilly was kind enough to invite me onto the O’Reilly Radar podcast to talk about books, and why I think they should be as easy to make as websites: I should mention that Joe is publishing: “Book: A Futurist’s Manifesto,” edited by Brian O’Leary and me.
We are very happy to announce the second installment of “Book: A Futurist’s Manifesto,” (published by O’Reilly and edited by Hugh McGuire of PressBooks and Brian O’Leary), with new essays from Eli James, Erin McKean, Terry Jones, Aaron Miller and Travis Alber, Brett Sandursky, Ron Martinez, Peter Brantley, Kassia Krozser and Hugh McGuire. While Part
So how long does it take for a publishing startup built on WordPress to get its own blog? A while, apparently. But we’ve got one now. Finally. So in addition to making it easy for authors and publishers to make ebooks, printbooks and webbooks … we’ve now made it easy for us to write our