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Old 09-22-2009, 02:03 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by quillaja View Post
well, at least epub supports a variety of different metadata in the file. things like author names, book title, publication (and other) dates, a description of the book, and subject tags, to name a few. there's a much of metadata specified in the epub specs. i want software and devices to use it.
ha, i see. well, you can already browse by title and author, and using tags you can browse by any other info as well (including publication year, subject, genre...). i would like better support for meta-data on my books as well for some things but tags do give you quite a lot of freedom.
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