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Kris Walker
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Entrepreneur and developer forging web and mobile to build awesome apps and books.
Entrepreneur and developer forging web and mobile to build awesome apps and books.

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My response to the response on my blog post "Killing W3Schools". That's some meta for ya.

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Our new page for the Pinfinity Esophagus A.B.S.I.T.E reference book is up. Yiipppee! (about time)

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Time for a new avatar.
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New blog post at Pinfinity this morning: Weekend Reading List.

I hope you find this content as engaging as I did.

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Found a great ad-hoc and serendipitous resource for #Mac   #osx  tips and tricks. I thought maybe this group would find it handy. And, it is #communityorganized  ... even better.

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Making some improvements to the Pinfinity website today. Learning a lot about the embed meta data like schema.org and open graph.

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This is our wish list of the top 7 items we really wish Apple would include in iBooks Author some day.

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Hi all,

I finally fixed a few bugs and wrapped up work on the Pinfinity Community Widget Gallery.

This is designed to be an online space where you can upload, preview, and download widgets. We hope it will be useful for sharing widgets and demonstrating some of the awesome stuff we've seen you all working on.

Checkout the blog post announcement below, or you can just go to the gallery and upload your widget here: http://www.pinfinity.co/hub/gallery/

Let me know if you have any problems.

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There are always a lot of questions about copyright in digital media like multi-touch books, especially now with Creative Commons and what that means for us all as book creators.

Because of my background in film and digtial media, I've been following the changes in copyright for a long time and thought I'd put together a blog post explaining what I know about it.

I find this stuff fascinating, especially the notion that we can all share our content to create amazing books that are so much greater than the sum of their parts.

I hope you find this useful, and please, add to the discussion if I missed anything (and I know I did).
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