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Links: The Simple Solution for Context

News consumers searching for context can be served through the Web's simplest tool: hyperlinks.

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Free Ebooks with Embedded Ads Via Scribd-Lulu Partnership

Scribd and Lulu have joined forces to combine Scribd's iPaper format, a Flash-derived viewing technology optimized for bandwidth and speed, with Lulu content. From ReadWriteWeb: Beginning this month on the self-publishing site Lulu.com, you will soon find a broad selection of some of the site's most popular free content made available via the iPaper format … And thanks to…

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Readers Already Picking Up the Interactive Slack

Harlequin announced this week the launch of Enhanced Edition ebooks, which link out to Net resources that augment the value and experience of the books. At Electric Alphabet, Kate Eltham notes that, in a way, this has already been happening by the readers, not by the publishers: Last year I read Spook Country by William Gibson … I remember…

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Harlequin Embeds Hyperlinks in New Ebook

Harlequin is adding interactivity to its ebooks under the banner "Enriched Editions." The first title to get the enriched treatment is Unmasked, a romance story chosen for its historical tie-ins. From a Harlequin press release: Unmasked … has been enriched with interactive buttons that hyperlink to Web sites containing photos, historical commentaries, illustrations, sound effects, maps, articles and more ……

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Publisher Offers Tips for Embedding Web Links in Ebooks

Morris Rosenthal uses links to guide ebook readers to illustrations, diagrams and other Web material. He shares his best practices in this Q&A.

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