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Google Experiments With ‘Unprintable’ E-Books

I think that we’re entering a period of great experiments and innovations in the next generation of e-books.

Google Experiments With ‘Unprintable’ E-Books

http://www.adweek.com/galleycat/google-experiments-with-unprintable-e-books/115996

“Google Creative Lab in Australia has teamed up with London-based publishing company Visual Editions to create Editions at Play, a new digital bookstore featuring “books that cannot be printed.”

These experimental new titles are designed for mobile phones. Here is more from the Visual Editions website:

Editions At Play is a website aimed at book lovers, tech geeks and design peeps. We sell unprintable books that you can read on your phone. It’s a response to the world of digital books, e-books, enhanced e-books, and online PDFs. Because quite frankly we believe readers deserve more. So why not make digital books that are more bookish. And more delightful. And even magical.

The store launches with two new titles: Entrances & Exits by Reif Larsen which is set inside Google Street View; and The Truth About Cats & Dogs by Joe Dunthorne and Sam Riviere.”

Stephen

Posted on: February 15, 2016, 6:10 am Category: Uncategorized

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