InDesignSecrets Podcast 134

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  • Beyond Print: EPUB and Digital Magazines from InDesign (and DC Seminar Recap)
  • Quizzler Announcement
  • Upcoming InDesignSecretsLive! seminars for Fall 2010: Los Angeles CA, Spokane WA, Santa Fe NM
  • Obscure InDesign Feature of the Week: Resize by 5%

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7 Comments on “InDesignSecrets Podcast 134

  1. Did this podcast get posted on iTunes? I prefer to download it there to easily it in my library and transfer it to my iPhone. It usually shows up there quickly but not this time.

  2. Hi Guys,

    Great podcast. All the developments on the digital front are really exciting. The New Yorker is a great example of what’s to come mixing the best of print and web design and technologies.

    Indeed, the Adobe Digital Magazine solution has so many applications that have nothing to do with a traditional magazine.

    I think we’re going to see a lot of innovation and ingenuity from InDesign users in the coming months.

    Brett

  3. With your comments of kindle, to be fair, kindle has an export to kindle format plugin for InDesign CS4 and 5. It’s not perfect, but it’s very easy to make a kindle format file complete with TOC, tables, pictures and cover image to upload to Amazon. Plus, unlike the iBook store which requires you to buy a Mac (rather expensive buy-in) to upload your books, you can get the Kindle app on all devices including the iPad of course.

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