*+-Watch videos from Books in Browsers 2014, where speakers presented cutting-edge ideas and projects in digital book publishing, as well as ideas on the future of ebooks, authors and reading.
*+-Books in Browsers V demonstrated various efforts by Silicon Valley to help the publishing industry explore new digital opportunities.
*+-How do authors create their digital book files and what influence does that process have on the final content? Speakers at Books in Browsers 2014 address this topic.
*+-At this year’s Books in Browsers conference, many speakers addressed the importance and relevance of standards for ebooks and web content.
*+-Watch the live stream video from Books in Browsers 2014, a summit for developers and designers working in the book publishing industry.
*+-Porter Anderson looks at reactions to the news of Larry Kirshbaum’s departure from Amazon Publishing, plus problems with print, and more.
*+-Speakers at this year’s Books in Browsers summit explored the idea that creators should consider context as much as content, and that readers can greatly benefit from more context.
*+-At Books in Browsers, NYT digital designer Allen Tan urged content creators to first understand the underlying principles before jumping in to a project like Snow Fall.
*+-Tune in to this year’s Books in Browsers conference live from San Francisco. Books in Browsers is a summit for the next generation of publishing companies exploring the digital future of reading online.
*+-At Books in Browsers, Peter Meyers read The Child Responds, a sequel to Go the F*ck to Sleep. Unfortunately, it was for illustration and not for publication.
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