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Storytelling for the touch generation
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What happens to your brain when you're lost in a book: 

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Keynote by Andrew Savikas: at TOC Frankfurt 
Stop, Look & Listen: Why Publishing is About Solving Problems, not Selling Books
@andrewsavikas Speaking at #futurebook14
 

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Fast one!

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It’s International Literacy Day – why not give someone a book, print, eBook or app, what matters most is access to storytelling in whatever format and the love of reading. 
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Its that time of year - are you booked for the Book Fair? At the Frankfurt Book Fair Business Club there's going to be some great debate on trends and outlooks for the publishing industry -  subscription models, data-driven content, the Asian era, authors as brands and transmedia storytelling: developments are shaping today’s media market. For BOOKSELLER subscribers if your register and use the promo code you save 20% to join 2014BC_20SubsBookseller http://www.buchmesse.de/en/fbf/

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Though they don’t expect to complete the project until December 2015, the team behind the documentary has already got some impressive names from the app development community, including Apple blogger and Vesper co-creator John Gruber, Instapaper creator Marco Arment, and MacWorld’s Jason Snell.

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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has released a new iPad app that aims to help 5-7 year-old children take their first steps in programming.
ScratchJr is a free app based on MIT’s existing Scratch programming language, which has become a popular choice for slightly older children learning to code in schools around the 

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Rethinking Who Does What: Deconstructing the Editorial and Production Workflow webcast | Digital Book World Store  - Why not just give us a call and we can tell you how you can take the entire process in-house using our unique Publisher Plus open access story telling platform. Its a no brainer. In today’s digital world, old assumptions about what to outsource, what to keep in-house, and what to automate need to be re-examined. We say "for sure!"

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Self-publishing’s next revolution will take place in print and in territories outside of the US, according to a panel of three bestselling hybrid authors speaking on day one of Book Expo America, yesterday (28th May). Tom Tivnan reports.
This reinforces our view that the future  is all about authors and storytelling. “There is a myth that self-publishing is only digital.....there is a potential for p.o.d. to really open up the market.”
As we complete our software platform Publisher+ its uniqueness is that authors can use it to publish any book in any format for any device, from simple eBooks to immersive apps. While our focus is digital output, we love books as much as anyone (the love of reading was why we started in the first place), and our browser-based online tool means authors can publish publish in print as well as digital. How flexible, cost-effective, market-responsive is that. 
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