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This Week in InDesign Articles, Number 50

I’m at Macworld in San Francisco this week, so I’m a bit behind in my reading and writing. (Besides, I was up mast midnight watching Tron 3D at an IMAX cinema. Wow! Nerdgasm.) Nevertheless, InDesign never sleeps and we’ve got a huge bunch of content you should see this week. Check this stuff out:

EPUB and Interactive Stuff

Th th th th that’s all folks! Enjoy!

David Blatner

David Blatner

David Blatner is the co-founder of the Creative Publishing Network, InDesign Magazine, and the author or co-author of 15 books, including Real World InDesign. His InDesign videos at are among the most watched InDesign training in the world. You can find more about David at
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4 Comments on “This Week in InDesign Articles, Number 50

  1. Regarding my link above about “Apple enforcement of in-app purchase”: After reading more about this, I’m less concerned. It sounds as though there is a subtle difference in how Sony and Amazon were handling purchases. Amazon takes you to a web page where you buy the book and that book gets downloaded as a “raw file” to the iOS file system. That’s apparently very different than a straight “in-app” purchase in which the file is bought in a non-apple store inside the app, and which embeds the file into the app itself.
    Given that, plus the fact that it’s pretty unlikely that Apple would try to kill of Amazon and BN’s (and other’s) apps, I’m sleeping better at night.

  2. Given that, plus the fact that it?s pretty unlikely that Apple would try to kill of Amazon and BN?s (and other?s) apps…

    Well, at least not yet… Once iBooks gets more traction, I would start worrying. I’m sure 30% on every e-book sale is very tempting, and Apple has changed their TOS before. Remember Flash? ;)

  3. @Fred: Well, clearly this is a rapidly changing field. My comments were based on information at the end of January, and this article is based on news that Apple released mid-February.

    This highlights one of the biggest problems people have today: When the rules and technologies shift this quickly, it’s hard to win.

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