Comment on Getting started in writing an open textbook by Clint Lalonde

March 10, 2014 Clint Lalonde

Zak, your advice in your “Choosing the right ebook format” post (http://www.zakmensah.co.uk/2014/01/19/ebook-file-formats/) is bang on, and along the lines of what I was getting at when I answered Tony’s question with a question. The message to be as device agnostic is even more important when dealing with openly licensed books that allow for others to copy, reuse and remix. The reality is many platforms for authoring ebooks are proprietary and lock users into vendor specific software and applications (like, oh I don’t know, Apple’s iBooks Author).

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