- mass dissemination of tablet devices for convenient fruition of magazines and digital content in general. As we said at the beginning, it is not confortable to read your favorite magazine at the computer, not even a laptop. These devices - iPad, Android, or other - will need to demonstrate easy to use, cheap enough, and really reliable.
- prices of digital magazine should be noticeably lower in respect to the printed version(if any), so that cost considerations will push the migration towards the new format
- any "vexatious" system content protection should be avioded, so that people will maintain the freedom to move a magazine from one device to another without being forced to abstruse procedures to convince the system that is not "spreading improperly" the magazine itself
- digital magazines should prove to be easy to read and attractive; you should have the possibility to isolate an article, see the pictures, enlarge it or shrink it, make printed copies, annotate it, share it, etc. ... (PDF does not seem the ideal solution, for example)
Sunday, 21 August 2011
Tuesday, 1 March 2011
Wow, the error page in Ubuntu website is definitively too funny! Well it seems that guys does not take themselves too seriously, which is a really good thing. Long life to open source software!
This page does not exist.
Well, obviously this page exists. But the page you requested does not exist. This page is just here to tell you that the page you requested does not exist.
You can use the search box above to find what you need. Or you can make a fresh start at the Ubuntu home page.
Tuesday, 25 January 2011
Social networking has a rather short history, but it appear indeed quite intriguing. A good picture by "Online Schools" summarize the main facts of this interesting adventure. As a matter of fact, I was not aware, till now, of the fact that the rate of twitting at the end of 2010 was so high....
Via: Online Schools