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Old 12-17-2016, 06:23 PM   #61
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I don't disagree. I only disagree that "the best thing about ebooks" has been missed thus far. I could be wrong, of course. There may be millions just waiting to read/buy multi-media ebooks with an internet-connected browser. But the truth of the matter is: it's not that novel a concept. Someone would already be leveraging it for all it was worth if it were viable.

The future of multi-media ebooks is iOS/Android apps (with offline capabilities). Not browser-based, server-side php/asp that requires full-time connectivity. *shrug*

It sounds lke a fun hobby-project, though. So like I said; I wish them luck with it.
People are already leveraging the 'multimedia book' or 'interactive story' idea. They're called games.
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