WORDsearch Bible Software, based in Austin, Texas is one of the oldest and largest publishers of software and digital books specifically for Christian pastors, Bible teachers and students.  WORDsearch is now part of the B & H Publishing Group of LifeWay Christian Resources of Nashville, Tennessee.  WORDsearch produces specialized studies under the brands WORDsearch, QuickVerse , and myWSB and a compatible library of over 5,000 digital books on Windows, MacIntosh, iPad, Android, and web browsers. Continue reading
WordGenius is a system for publishing dictionaries and reference books electronically based on eComPress technology from Eurofield Information Systems.  The Unabridged and College versions of the Random House Dictionary, known as Random House Webster’s Dictionary , and the Macquarie Dictionary of Australian English have been published using the technology, along with a thesaurus and spell checker for Microsoft Windows. Continue reading
The Theological Markup Language (ThML) is a “royalty-free” XML -based format created in 1998  by the Christian Classics Ethereal Library (CCEL) to create electronic theological texts. Other formats such as STEP and Logos Library System (LLS) were found unacceptable by CCEL as they are proprietary, prompting the creation of the new language.  The ThML format borrowed elements from a somewhat similar format, the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI). Continue reading
The Rocket eBook was an early commercial handheld e-reader that was produced by NuvoMedia in late 1998; it used a LCD screen and could store up to ten e-books .  E-books were loaded on the device by connecting it to a computer and having two page turn buttons. Rocket-compatible e-books were sold at Barnes & Noble and Powell’s Bookstore .  It had a retail price of $ 499. Continue reading
Renaissance E Books was founded by David O. Dyer Senior in 1997 and is one of the earliest publishers of ebooks on the web. Oddly the E in the company name has nothing to do with ebooks but is a shortening of the name of an earlier venture of Dyer’s, Renaissance Enterprises. Shortly before his death in early 2003, Dyer sold the company to a consortium who named author / editor / anthologist Jean Marie Stine associate publisher. Renaissance E Books has three imprints: PageTurner Editions, which publishes popular fiction and nonfiction; REB Inc. Audio Books; and Sizzler Editions, which publishes classic and contemporary erotica. In 2009, the company had more than 1500 titles available for download in various formats. In 2003-5, Renaissance E Books had a number of top ten bestselling ebook titles at Amazon.com , including Michelle Houston’s Bedtime Tales . In 2005 it published JW McKenna’s Slavic Office , quoted in Publishers Weekly as the bestselling erotic novel of the year.
A reflowable paper is a kind of electronic paper That can adapted ict presentation to the output device . Typical prepress or fixed page size output formats such as PostScript or PDF are not reflowable during the printing process because the page is not resized. For end users , the World Wide Web standard HTMLis a reflowable size  as is the case with resizable Any electronic page format. Continue reading
Robert “Rob” Redding, Jr. (born January 13, 1976) is an American media proprietor , award-winning radio talk show host , political commentator , independent journalist , best-selling American author , best-selling American music artist and songwriter , visual artist and social entrepreneur . Redding is known as the publisher of Redding News Review and hosts a radio talk show and podcast. In 2003, he was among the few blacks to be named to Talkers Magazine’s “Most Important Radio Talk Show Hosts in America” and has received a proclamation for his work by the Atlanta City Council the same year.  He made history being white the only black program director in white-Dominated talk radio station in 2009.  His website Redding News Review HAS earned three consecutive Black Web Awards.  He currently runs the web’s oldest and most successful stand-alone subscriber-based web site and talk show.  Continue reading
The Redalyc project ( Red de Revistas Científicas de A mérica L atina y El C aribe, España y Portugal ) is a bibliographic database and a digital library of Open Access journals , supported by the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México with the help of other higher education institutions and information systems. Continue reading
Punctum Books , stylized as punctum books , is an open-access and print-on-demand independent publisher based in Brooklyn , New York, United States. Continue reading
Prime Point Foundation , officially inaugurated in December, 1999,  is a not-for-profit organization founded by Krishnaswamy Srinivasan . Srinivasan, also known as Prime Point Srinivasan , is an expert communication, social worker, and banker. Dr. MS Swaminathan , an agricultural scientist, inaugurated the trust. The present trustees include S. Narendra , a spokesman of the Government of India, and a training advisor to the Prime Minister of India. The trust aims to create awareness about communication, journalism and public relations among the management students ofIndian universities and colleges . Continue reading
Pressmart , founded in 2006, is a digital conversion and delivery partner of newspapers , magazines , catalogs , prescriptions , periodicals and books . It is headquartered in Hyderabad, India . It covers all digital channels including web, mobile, tablets, E-Readers, RSS and podcast as well. Continue reading
Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy is a book by Kathleen Fitzpatrick , Director of Scholarly Communication at the Modern Language Association and Visiting Research Professor of English at New York University , published by NYU Press on November 1, 2011.  The book provides an overview of issues facing contemporary academic publishing , including the closing of academic presses  and the increased pressure on faculty to publish to achieve tenure.  Fitzpatrick’s central argument is that academia should embrace the possibilities of digital publishing, which will change the culture of academic writing and publishing. Continue reading
Palm Bible is an open source document for Palm OS- based PDAs , focused on displaying the Bible and commentaries about the Bible. It allows the user to read Bibles stored in RAM or on memory card via VFS . It is licensed under the GNU GPL .
This program is a fork of Bible Reader for Palm , a project started in August 2001  by Poetry.  After the release of the Bible, Yih-Chun Hu started work on the open source version.  Continue reading
The Palestine Telegraph is the first online newspaper based in the Gaza Strip . Its staff is composed of Palestinians and International Volunteers, both of whom are professional journalists and “citizen journalists who do not take up assignments from corporate financial media.” 
Sameh Akram Habeeb , the founder of the newspaper, is a Gaza resident and photojournalist.   The aim, according to Habeeb, is to disseminate, “the voices of the People of Palestine, the Middle East and other peoples around the world.”  Continue reading
An overlay paper or overlay eJOURNAL is a term for a specific kind of open access academic newspaper , Almost always an online electronic diary (eJOURNAL). Such a journal does not produce its own content. While many overlay journals derive their content from prepress servers, others, such as the Lund Medical Faculty Monthly , the main focus of the paper is to publish the booklet. Continue reading
Ourboox is a free online platform for creating and sharing ebooks that incorporate text , images , videos , puzzles , maps and quizzes .  
The Ourboox platform enables users to add text to a language that is compatible with html5 , to add artwork in jpeg , png , or gif formats , and to embed various media content from other websites, eg YouTube , Vimeo , SoundCloudand others.   
Each e-book is identified by its own URL , and can be edited by the author even after it is published. The content on Ourboox is not protected by digital rights management (DRM), and can thus be easily indexed and searched by various search engines .   Continue reading
Open Scripture Information Standard ( OSIS ) is an XML application (or schema ), which defines tags for marking up Bibles, theological commentaries, and other related literature.
The OSIS was developed by the Bible Technologies Group, a joint committee sponsored by the American Bible Society and the Society of Biblical Literature . Other participants in the standards are the United Bible Societies , SIL International , and various national Bible societies, along with individual expert volunteers. The officers include Steven DeRose (chair), Kees DeBlois (vice chair), and Patrick Durusau (editor). As of mid-2006, the current version is 2.1.1. Continue reading
The Open Publication Distribution System ( OPDS ) Catalog format is syndication formats for electronic publications based is Atom and HTTP . OPDS Catalogs enable the aggregation, distribution, discovery, and acquisition of electronic publications. OPDS Catalogs use existing or open standards and conventions, with a priority on simplicity. 
The Open Publication Distribution System is an informal grouping of partners, combining Internet Archive , O’Reilly Media , Feedbooks , OLPC , and others. Continue reading
Online proofing is the process undertaken by web designers , photographers , marketing agencies, and video production companies, among others, to automate the review and approval of work online. Traditionally a process used by photographers, as well as a team of professionals working on the design process and keeping an online audit trail . Continue reading
An online newspaper is the online version of a newspaper , or a stand-alone publication or a version of a printed periodical .
Going online creates more opportunities for newspapers, such as competing with broadcast journalism in presenting breaking news in a more timely manner. The credibility and strong brand recognition of well established newspapers, and the close relationships they have with advertisers, are also seen by many in the industry as their chances of survival.  [ dead link ] The movement away from the printing process can also help decrease costs. Continue reading
An online magazine is a magazine published on the Internet , through bulletin board systems and other forms of public computer networks. One of the first magazines to convert from a print magazine Datamation .
Some online magazines distributed through the World Wide Web call themselves webzines .  An ezine (also spelled e-zine ) is a more specialized term appropriately used for small magazines and newsletters distributed by any electronic method, for example, by electronic mail (e-mail / email, see Zine ). Some social groups may use the terms cyberzine and hyperzine when referring to electronically distributed resources. Similarly, some online magazines may refer to themselves as “electronic magazines” or “e-magazines” to reflect their readership. Continue reading
An online book is a resource in book- like form that is only available to read on the Internet . It differs from the common idea of an e-book , which is usually available for users to download and read locally on a computer, smartphone or on an e-reader . “Book-like” means: information is presented in a page format; pages are normally available to read sequentially (though “flipping” to another page is possible using a mouse, keyboard or other controllers); and pages are read passively, with little or no interaction or multimedia. This contrasts with a text qui a user is reading one year interactive Web 2.0website, which usually allows the user to click on online links, look up words or keywords online, etc. “Online” means the content can only be read while the reader is connected to the Internet. Thus the reader has an online book, but the book is only accessible while the reader is online. Continue reading
The Online Bible (OLB) is a Bible Reference software package created in 1987  by Larry Pierce, who believed in the Bible should be freely shared.  Online Bible also provides a Mac version (for OS X 10.1 above) of its software.  As of 2015, Online Bible also available in App Store and Play Store .  Continue reading
An online artwork proofing, feedback, review and approval tool is a web-based collaborative software that helps studios with internal and client communication.
How it works
Users are allowed to upload files to a central repository where other users are allowed to mark up, annotate, add comments and / or approve them. Continue reading
Olive Tree Bible Software creates Biblical software and mobile apps , and is an electronic publisher of Bible versions, study tools, Bible study tools, and Christian eBooks for mobile, tablet, and desktop devices. The firm is headquartered in Spokane, Washington and is a member of the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association (ECPA). Olive Tree currently supports Android , iPad , iPhone , Macintosh , Windows , and personal computer devices. Continue reading
A networked book is an open book designed to be written, edited, and read in a networked environment.  It is also a platform for social exchange, and is potentially linked to other books and other discussions. Wikipedia can be considered a networked book. Continue reading
MyScienceWork is a company that promotes online platforms for research institutions, integrated under a single, global portal. Called “Polaris”, open access to scientific publications, an innovative search engine, and science popularization.  The Polaris platforms are connected to an international community of researchers and science enthusiasts via the MyScienceWork.com portal. Continue reading
MyBible (formerly known as Scripture ) is a Bible study eBook application for Palm OS . Continue reading
Microsoft Reader can refer to a Microsoft application for reading e-books , first released in August 2000, or a Microsoft application for reading PDF and XPS files, first released for Windows 8.1.
In 2013, Microsoft released a Microsoft Reader application for reading documents in PDF, XPS and TIFF formats. Windows is included in Windows 8.1 and is available for download from the Windows Store for Windows 10. Continue reading
Metadata Publishing is the process of making metadata data elements available to external users, using a formal process and a commitment to change control processes.
Metadata publishing is the foundation upon which advanced distributed computing functions are being built. But like building foundations, care must be taken in metadata publishing systems to ensure the structural integrity of the systems built on top of them. Continue reading
MediaCommons is an in-development all-electronic scholarly publishing network in media studies, being created in partnership with the Institute for the Future of the Book and the support of New York University and the National Endowment for Humanities .  
MediaCommons established its first presence on the web in November 2006 with a now-defunct development site named “making MediaCommons,”  and opened its current web site in March 2007. The first project was established on MediaCommons was in Media Res , an ongoing feature in which notable scholars in media studies present and comment on brief, timely videoclips, aiming to promote dialogue between scholars and the public audience on the significance of media representations and forms.  Continue reading
Maney Publishing was an independent academic publishing company that was taken over by Taylor & Francis in 2015. Maney Publishing specializes in peer-reviewed academic journals in science and engineering materials , the humanities , and health science . Maney published extensively for learning societies, universities, and professional bodies.
As of 2014 , Maney published over 150 journals.  The company offered an open access option (MORE OpenChoice) to all authors. The company had offices in Leeds and London in the United Kingdom, and Boston and Philadelphia in the United States. Continue reading
Magzter is a cross-platform, self-service, global digital news magazine with over 8,000 magazines from 3,400+ publishers.  Girish Ramdas and Vijayakumar Radhakrishnan founded Magzter in 2011.  The Company headquartered in New York . Continue reading
The Los Angeles Review of Books ( LARB ) is a literary review journal covering the national and international book scenes. A preview version launched on Tumblr in April 2011, and the official website followed in April 2012. A print edition premiered in May 2013.  Founded by Tom Lutz , Chair of the Creative Writing Department at the University of California, Riverside , the Review seeks to redress the decline in Sunday book supplements by Creating an online “encyclopedia of contemporary literary discussion.”  Continue reading
Logos Bible Software is a digital library application designed for the electronic Bible study . In addition to basic eBook functionality, it includes extensive resource linking, note-taking functionality, and linguistic analysis for the study of the Bible both in translation and in its original languages . It is developed by Faithlife Corporation . As of February 2017, Logos Bible Software is in its seventh version.
Logos Bible Software is Compatible with more than 43,000 titles related to the Bible from 200 publishers, Including Baker , Bantam , Catholic University of America Press , Eerdmans , Harvest House , Merriam Webster , Moody Press , Oxford University Press , Thomas Nelson , Tyndale House , and Zondervan . Logos also recently published its own Lexham Bible Reference series, featuring new scholarship on the original Biblical languages .  Continue reading
Some online news media have created Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to enable computer applications and their stories ( metadata ) from them.
This list does not include any news media APIs that provide access to information that does not originate from them. For example, the Chicago Tribune APIs are not included in the Illinois school system. Continue reading
Library publishing , also known as campus-based publishing ,  is the practice of an academic library providing publishing services.
A library publishing service usually publishes academic journals and provides a broader range of publishing services.  This can include publishing other formats such as scholarly monographs and conference proceedings .  It has a preference for open access publishing.  Continue reading
Lexcycle was a software company that made electronic book reading software. They were responsible for Stanza, which ran on the iPhone , iPod Touch , Microsoft Windows and Apple Macintosh platforms. In April 2009, Lexcycle was acquired by Amazon.com .     In 2012, Amazon.com removed Stanza from all app stores.  Continue reading
Jaime Levy is an American author, lecturer, interface designer , and user experience strategist. She first became known for her groundbreaking new media projects in the 1990s. Most notable projects have been distributed with Billy Idol’s album Cyberpunk , WORD an online magazine , and an online cartoon series, CyberSlacker .  Continue reading
KooBits designs and builds digital products for children and educators.
KooBits was founded in 2007 by Prof. Sam Ge Shuzhi, Dr. Chen Xiangdong, and current CEO Stanley Han.  The trio saw opportunity in the rapid growth of the ebook industry, and the decision to focus on creating software for interactive enhanced ebooks. Continue reading
Rakuten Kobo Inc. , or simply Kobo , is a Canadian company which sells e-books , audiobooks , e-readers and tablet computers . It is headquartered in Toronto , Ontario and is a subsidiary of the Japanese e-commerce conglomerate Rakuten . The name Kobo is an anagram of book .  
It originated as Shortcovers , a cloud e-reading service launched by the Canadian bookstore indigo Indigo Books and Music in February 2009.  In December 2009, Indigo renamed the Kobo service and spun it off into an independent company. Indigo Remained majorité the owner, with investors Including Borders Group , Cheung Kong Holdings , and REDgroup Retail Taking minority stakes.  As of March 2010 , Indigo Books & Music owned 58% of Kobo Inc.  Rakuten acquires the company from these owners in January 2012.    On May 23, 2016,Waterstones announced it had sold its ebook business to Rakuten Kobo Inc. , and as of June 14, 2016, users should access their ebooks via Kobo’s ebook site.  Continue reading
The Iraq Sun is an online newspaper servicing in Iraq . Its September 2002 origins preceded the 2003 invasion . The online publication is part of a network of news sites operating around the globe. 
The online website’s slogan is “the voice of the Iraqi nation.” The main topic is Iraq With A Particular focus is events in Baghdad and other major cities, as well as international news and coverage of other topics Including Muslim News.  Continue reading
The International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) is a trade and standards association for the digital publishing industry, set up to establish a standard for electronic book publishing. It was responsible for the standard EPUBcurrently being used by most e-readers.
Starting from the Open eBook Publication Structure or “OEB” (1999), created loosely around HTML , it then defined the Open Publication Structure (OPS), the Open Packaging Format (OPF) and the Open Container Format (OCF). These formats are the basis for EPUB. Continue reading
HighWire Press is a US company that provides digital content development and hosting services and solutions to ~ 140 influential societies, university presses and independent publishers that produce journals, books, and other scholarly publications. Long affiliated with Stanford University , HighWire is one of the world’s largest peer-reviewed journals.
Highwire was the recipient of the 2003 Association for Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) Award for “Service to Not-for-Profit Publishing”, and was named one of the “Ten to Watch” organizations in Scientific, Technical & Medical Information space in 2014 by Outsell.  Founding Director John Sack was awarded the Council of Science Editors (CSE) 2011 Award for Meritorious Achievement.  Continue reading
Health information on the Internet refers to the Internet .
As a general communication channel, various Internet products serve every type of general health information. Continue reading
Gonzo Today is an internet-based publication inspired by the writing and reporting style of journalism by Hunter Thompson . Among other pursuits, Gonzo Today interviews a wide range of notable persons, as noted by the New York Times obituary of poet and artist Heathcote Williams  and includes other interview subjects such as artists Clayton Patterson  , Ambrosia band members Mary Harris and Burleigh Drummond  and trained CIA agent and whistleblower , John Kiriakou .  Continue reading
Go Bible is a free Bible viewer application for Java Mobile Phones ( Java ME MIDP 1.0 and MIDP 2.0 ). It was developed by Jolon Faichney in Surf City , Gold Coast, Queensland , Australia , with help from several others . Go Bible is installed like Any Other midlet by copying the .jar and jad file to the cell phone by USB or Bluetooth . The English KJV Bible 1.1 can also be installed using WAP download. Continue reading
Gdańskie Wydawnictwo Oświatowe Publishing House (GWO) – one of the first privately owned educational publishing houses in Poland prints textbooks for mathematics, Polish language, history, physics, biology and art. Continue reading
Gale is an educational publishing company based in Farmington Hills, Michigan ,  in the western suburbs of Detroit . Since 2007 it has been a division of Cengage Learning .
The company, formerly known as Gale Research and the Gale Group , is active in research and educational publishing for public , academic , and school libraries , and businesses. The company is known for its full-text magazine and newspaper databases, InfoTrac , and other online databases subscribed by libraries, as well as multi-volume reference works, especially in the areas of religion , history , and social science . Continue reading
FUTON bias is the tendency of scholars to cite academic journals with open access -that is, journals That Make Their full text available on the Internet without load-in preference to toll-access publications . (“FUTON” is an acronym for fu ll t ext o n the N et.) Scholars in some fields issue that was first raised and has been studied in connection with medical research .    In the context of evidence-based medicine , articles in expensive journals may not provide open access (OA) may be “priced out of evidence,” giving a greater weight to FUTON publications .  FUTON can increase the impact of open-access journals on journals without open access.  Continue reading
FlatWorld is a publisher of college-level textbooks and educational supplements  founded in 2007 by Eric Frank and Jeff Shelstad as Flat World Knowledge.  Alastair Adam and John Eielson, Washington, DC, Boston, MA. The company Originally offert every textbook published for free using online delivery under the open content paradigm,   goal in November, 2012, the company annoncé That It will no follow offer a free version Citing financial Concerns as the reason for the change .  Continue reading
Faithlife Corporation publishes and creates electronic tools and resources for Bible study. It is MOST Well Known as the creator of Logos Bible Software , drank aussi Publishes tools and resources under a number of other brands, and partners with more than 200 publishers to offer over 40,000 Christian ebooks available to users of icts software.  Continue reading
Exact Editions is an integrated content management platform for magazines and book publishers. It was launched in 2005 by Adam Hodgkin, Daryl Rayner and Tim Bruce. 
Apple’s Newsstand is a web-based subscription service. Exact Editions’ branded iOS apps are based on the freemium model, and offer subscriptions via in-app purchase. Sign in with Facebook Sign in with Google 
The platform offers subscriptions to individuals and institutions, and several titles in French and Spanish. Continue reading
The Electronic Textbook Track Number (ETTN) is a unique numeric identifier of Electronic-books , journals and conference proceedings . ETTN is based on 13-digit code created by Magnanimitas Assn.
ETTN Codes can be used only for electronic text files. Any publisher, university, researcher or academician could ask for a unique text for Magnanimitas Assn.
ETTN Code consists of 5 parts – AAA-BB-CCCCC-DD-F
- AAA (3-digit) is classified by the European Statistical Classification of Economic Activities (NACE) and shows the focus of text
- BB (2-digit) – the year of ETTN generating for a text
- CCCCC (5-digit) – special identification code for text
- DD (2-digit) – month of generating ETTN for a text
- F (1-digit) – check digit
In academic publishing , an eprint or e-print is a thesis , a paper, a book, or a book that is accessible online, whether from a local institutional , or a central (subject-or-discipline-based) digital repository .    
When applied to journal articles, the term “eprints” covers both preprints (before peer reviews ) and postprints (after peer reviews).
Digital versions of materials other than research documents are not usually called e-prints, but some other name, such as e-books . Continue reading
ENTREE Travel Newsletter (1981) is a travel newsletter by American writer Bill Tomicki .    It bills itself as “An uncompromising and confidential travelers newsletter.” 
As of 2014, it has over 22,000 subscribers.  Tomicki said then when it started in 1981, it was the third in the industry.  It is targeted to upscale customers, Tomicki said Entree’s average reader is between 45 and 55, and has a household income of $ 455,000 a year.  Continue reading
Enhanced publications or enhanced ebooks are a form of electronic publishing for the dissemination of information, which can be tracked back to 2009.  As many forms of digital publications, they typically feature a unique identifier (possibly a persistent identifier ) and descriptive metadata information. Unlike traditional digital publications (eg PDF article) Enhanced publications are Often tailored to serve specific scientific domains and are Generally constituted by a set of Interconnected sharesKeywords: different types of data (eg datasets, videos, images, stylesheets, services, workflows, databases, presentations) and textual descriptions of the research (eg papers, chapters, sections, tables). The nature and format of such parts and the relationship between them, depends on the application domain and can vary from case to case. Continue reading
Electronic journals , also known as ejournals , e-journals , and electronic serials , are scholarly journals or intellectual magazines that can be accessed via electronic transmission. Some journals are ‘born digital’ in which they are published on the web and in a digital format, but most electronic journals originated as print journals, which will be upgraded to an electronic version, while still maintaining a print component. As academic research has changed in line with the growth of the internet, the e-journal has come to dominate the journals world. Continue reading
Electronic articles are articles in scholarly journals or magazines that can be accessed via electronic transmission. They are a specialized form of electronic document , with a specialized content, purpose, format, metadata , and availability-they consist of individual articles from scholarly journals or magazines (and now sometimes research and study, they are formatted approximately like printed journal articles, the metadata is entered into specialized databases, such as the Directory of Open Access Journalsas well as the databases for the discipline, and they are predominantly available through academic libraries and special libraries , generally at a fixed charge. Continue reading
e-text (from ” electronic text “, sometimes written as etext ) is a general document, and especially a document that is mainly text. For example, a computer based book of art with minimal text, or a set of photographs or scans of pages, would not usually be called an “e-text”. The term is usually synonymous with e-book .
An e-text may be a binary or a plain text file, viewed with any open source or proprietary software . An e-text may have markup or other formatting information, or not. Continue reading
An electronic book (or e-book ) is a book made available in digital form, consisting of text, images, or both, readable on the flat-panel display of computers or other electronic devices.  Even if defined as “an electronic version of a printed book”,  some e-books exist without a printed equivalent. Commercially produced and sold e-books are usually [ dubious – discuss ] intended to be read on dedicated e-reader devices. However, some of the features that can be used to control e-books, includingdesktop computers , laptops , tabletsand smartphones . Continue reading
DjVu ( / ˌ of eɪ ʒ ɑ v u / DAY -zhah- VOO , like English ” seen ”  ) is a computer file format designed Primarily to store scanned document , Especially Those Containing a combination of text, line drawings , indexed color images, and photographs. It is used as a background image, progressive loading , arithmetic coding , and lossy compression for bitonal ( monochrome) images. This allows you to get high-quality, readable images to be stored in a minimum of space, so they can be made available on the web . Continue reading
A digital edition is an online magazine or online newspaper delivered in electronic form which is formatted identically to the print version. Digital editions are often called digital facsimiles to underline the likeness to the print version. Digital editions have the benefit of reduced cost to the publisher and reader by avoiding the time and expense to print and deliver a paper edition.  This format is considered more environmentally friendly due to the reduction of paper and energy use. These editions also feature interactive elements such as hyperlinksboth within the publication itself and to other internet resources, searching and bookmarking, and Some delivery methods also include animation and sound effects. Page 2 of 2 http://www.products.com/index.php  Additionally Some publishers are using other electronic publishing methods Such As RSS to reach out to readers and inform Them When new digital editions are available.  Continue reading
The Conduit toolbar is an online platform that allows web publishers to create custom toolbars, web apps, and mobile apps at no cost.   It was developed by Conduit Inc. but demerged to Perion Network . Conducted had 260,000 registered publishers who have collectively created 250 million end users.    Web apps and pieces of content powered by Conduit’s platform can be distributed and exchanged online through the Conduit App Marketplace.   Currently, 60 million users consume apps from the marketplace on a daily basis. Continue reading
Code Words is an on-line publication about computer programming produced by the Recurse Center retreat community. It began publishing in December, 2014, and has a quarterly schedule.
The journal features original work by participants at the Center, including visiting “residents” and alumni. It is intended to “share the joyful approach to programming and learning that typifies” the community, and to be “accessible and useful to both new and seasoned programmers.”  Continue reading
The Freshwater Fishes of Mexico (FFM), The Cichlid Room Companion (CRC),  are non-scientific   in the sense of non- peer-reviewed , membership-based webpages, dedicated to the fishes of the Cichlid family and the freshwater fishes of Mexico respectively. The site offers one of the most comprehensive, non-authoritative, but -regrettably- outdated (see section below) catalogs of cichlids in the web, which is illustrated with 13,655 photographs and 243 videos  of cichlids and their habitats . It also “offers access to information about full 124 genera and 825 species full profiles,” said the discussion forum , fishkeeping, field accounts and shipping expeditions; mostly written by citizen scientists , personalities of the fish trade, researchers and aquarists in the cichlid hobby. The site is managed by its creator and editor, Juan Miguel Artigas-Azas, a naturalist, who is also an aquarist  and a notorious nature photographer. He is also the “curator” of most fishes that appear in the profiles of both sites. In 2008, the American Cichlid Association (ACA) awarded Artigas-Azas the Guy Jordan Retrospective Award, which is the maximum honor that gives to people who have done extensive contributions to the International Cichlid Hobby.  Continue reading
Books That Grow is an online educational platform that offers digital books that adapt to readers’ abilities. Using this learning management system , two people reading the same title, sequences of ideas, or illustrations, depending on their individual learning profile. The application focuses on the pre-teens, adolescents and adults with low literacy, a population under-served by leading publishers. [ citation needed ] Books That Grow Researchers Become Better Readers and Allow Educators to Measure Students’ Skills and Track Their Progress.  The company is headquartered in New York, New York . Continue reading
Bookjam creates e-publishing platforms for publishers by making ebook market apps. It also provides a cloud system for users. Continue reading
Biblical software or Bible software is a group of computer applications designed to read, study and in some cases discuss biblical texts and concepts. Biblical software programs are similar to e-books in which they include digitally formatted books, may be used to display a wide variety of inspirational books and Bibles, and can be used on portable computers. HOWEVER, biblical software is geared more Toward word and sentence searches, Accessing study bible Notes and commentaries , referencing various modern translations, cross-referencing similar passages and topics, biblical dictionaries, original language texts and language tools, maps, charts, and other e -booksdeemed relevant to understanding texts from a philological approach. Continue reading
Bible Analyzer is a freeware, cross-platform Bible study computer software application for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, and Ubuntu Linux. It implements advanced search, comparison, and statistical features of Bible texts.  It received a high rating for version 4.4 from download.com.  The Macintosh edition has also received positive reviews.   Continue reading
BBeB (for Broad Band eBook ) is a proprietary eBook file format developed by Sony and Canon . Although initially designed for the Sony Librié , it is also supported by other Sony e-book readers . 
BBeB files have the following extensions : LRS and LRF or LRX. Continue reading
Accordance is a Bible study program for Apple Macintosh and iPhone , and now Windows developed by Oaktree Software, Inc.  Reviewers Consider It has premium program. 
ALTHOUGH Originally written Exclusively for the Mac OS (And Then iOS ) Accordance HAS-been now released (October 1, 2013) in a Windows-native version, ALTHOUGH It was available prior to this by using the Basilisk II emulator. Continue reading
Academic journal publishing reform refers to advocacy for exchange in the academic journals are created and distributed in the age of the Internet and the advent of electronic publishing . Since the rise of the Internet, their traditional distributors and their readership. Most of the discussion is centered on taking advantage of the Internet. Continue reading
Electronic publishing (also Referred to as e-publishing or digital publishing gold online publishing ) includes the digital publication of e-books , digital magazines , and the development of digital libraries and catalogs. Electronic publishing has become common in scientific publishing where it has been argued that peer-reviewed scientific journals are in the process of being replaced by electronic publishing. It is also becoming common to distribute books, magazines, and newspapers to consumers through tablet reading devices , a market that is growing by millions each year, generated by online vendors Such As Apple’s iTunes bookstore, Amazon’s bookstore for Kindle, and books in the Google Play Bookstore. Market research suggests that half of all magazines and newspapers will be delivered via the end of 2015  and that half of all reading in the United States will be done without paper by 2015.  Continue reading