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eBook & App device Compatibility webcast

From an email I just received, I don't know if this will be of interest to authors on this forum or not, but I thought I'd pass along the info just in case...

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eBook & App Device Compatibility: Separating Fact from Fiction

What you need to know to produce quality cross-platform content

WEDNESDAY • AUGUST 22
1:30 p.m. eastern time
10:30 a.m. pacific time

A complimentary webcast


Curious why your eBooks or apps look great and work great on Apple’s iPad but not Amazon’s Kindle Fire or Barnes & Noble’s Nook tablet? Confused by conflicting device specs, distributor specs, and industry recommendations for preparing your content for mobile publishing?

You’re not alone. Cut through the confusion surrounding eContent production with some much needed straight talk.
Whether you’re producing your own eBooks, enhanced eBooks and/or apps, or using a technical partner, join eProduction specialists Jean Kaplansky and Joshua Tallent for the skinny on mobile device and eBook/app compatibility:

See examples of what works, what doesn’t, on what devices, and learn why.
Discover realistic expectations for meeting your readers’ expectations.
Explore the options and limitations to know what devices to target with what content.
Get specific instructions and considerations for ensuring that quality content results in quality eBooks -- for any device or channel.
Not all content is created equal. Understand the implications for yours.

An open Q&A session will follow the presentations. The webcast will be recorded and available on-demand.


Speakers
Jean Kaplansky l Solutions Architect l Aptara
Joshua Tallent l CEO and Founder l eBook Architects

Moderator
Scott Abel l The Content Wrangler

http://trk.etrigue.com/link.php?a=10...83a88a787a1164



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