There is nothing more divisive than a date in metadata. Canada, land of compromise, has a new guideline for dates and it neatly solves the issue by saying play nice and be accurate.
ebookcraft 2017 speaker, Nellie McKesson, writes in this guest post about how she built the first version of an automated ebook production toolchain.
It's time to announce the second round of our fantastic Tech Forum and ebookcraft speakers! We have quite a few intelligent, interesting speakers to present to you. We hope you have your ticket already or you're about to experience some serious FOMO (fear of missing out)!
Meet the newest team member at BookNet Canada: Monique Mongeon, Project Manager.
Which posts on the BookNet blog were the most read last year? We turned our analytical eyes inwards and found out.
With the recent resurgence of brick-and-mortar bookstores and the plateauing of ebook sales, David Sax sees a bright future ahead for physical books and the people who love them.
We put together lists of the top-selling titles based on sales volume in 2016, in the Fiction, Non-Fiction, and Juvenile categories. Did your favourite titles make the list?
We've seen the "best of" lists flying around the internet this month and we got so excited that we had to create our own.
While you may have already been using CSS 3 in your ebooks, EPUB 3 has not officially supported it. Sure, it worked but it wasn’t required to. So what you were doing was actually a progressive enhancement.
CataList has transformed tasks that used to take weeks into something that can be done in an afternoon! We estimate CataList saves Marigold Library System staff 24 days or 168 hours of work per year!!