What’s the buzz on all this Apple publishing stuff?

If you’ve been paying attention to any tech news since yesterday, you probably heard about the Apple announcement of their new iBook® Author app – geared towards educators looking to publish textbooks for customized classroom solutions.  Here’s what some of the top tech-media outlets have to say about the new program:

So what do you guys think about Apple’s new initiative?  Sound off in the comments below.

5 thoughts on “What’s the buzz on all this Apple publishing stuff?”

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  2. It’s an intriguing conception for an ebook creator. Without software like this, many of us would be limited to building text-only epub files. It will be interesting to see how this app’s functionality grows over time.
    Will Lulu be supporting the new features that can be embedded via Apple’s new software? Will such things as the Lulu DRM licensing process break elements of the file? Has Lulu had the opportunity to test this, as of yet?

  3. So… any chance of Lulu getting in on the action?
    Would love to push out some Multi-touch books, but want to use an aggregator (*read Lulu*).

  4. Why do you insist on hiding such info away on your Blog when Connect is where folks go for info.
    Do you guys work for the Sam Lulu and do yo ever talk to each other.

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