The (enhanced) eBook Revolution

Recently, the New York Times published an article on the growing popularity of enhanced eBooks. Today, Michael Wolf posted a podcast interview with our CEO Brad Inman on what it’s like to be a pioneer in that territory.

Wolf writes for the site, which provides “analysis and conversation about the eBook revolution.” With Brad, he discusses the effect of the iPad, authors’ desire to create enhanced books, the role of filmmakers and the future of the book market

Listen to the full podcast here.

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