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Old 12-19-2005, 06:06 PM   #21
rlauzon
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Originally Posted by Henrycat
Formats: Pdf, xhtml, txt, mp3
Good, good. I can deal with that. xhtml implies that it will handle css, so you can make an html-based eBook and just include a style sheet that works well with greyscale devices.

mp3? So we can include sound effects in our eBooks?

Quote:
Originally Posted by Henrycat
In order to stimulate the momentum in electronic reading, iRex Technologies will support as many formats as possible in as open an environment as possible, respecting the rights of owners of content and IP.
This seems fair. Open content can be viewed in HTML while "protected" content can be locked up in PDF (I won't touch such content, but still...)
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