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Magazine Articles: digital
With so much great publicity for its amazing new flagship Charing Cross Road store, Foyles booksellers’ innovative in-store digital shopping… Read more »
Transforming Around the World in Eighty Days into an interactive story Meg Jayanth is the writer of 80 Days –… Read more »
The Digital Context Most discourses about the survival of print, or the struggle of print against digital, derive from a simplistic… Read more »
Ruth Green’s Noisy Neighbours finds its way onto iPad and iPhone courtesy of the Tate Gallery and developers Aimer Media…. Read more »
Chris Meade presents an hour long show that forms part of ‘What Didn’t Quite’, a transmedianovel-in-progress, with songs composed by… Read more »
IC tomorrow has £100k in funding for innovation in entertainment on the move across music, books, magazines and interactive entertainment and games.
I first started working with ‘enhanced ebooks’, whatever it really means, back in 2007. It was a more innocent time…. Read more »
This article is a version of an longer essay entitled ‘The Birth of the Book Trailer in the Twenty-First Century… Read more »
An app for students and fans of American novella Of Mice and Men is launched today by Mammoth Graphics. It… Read more »
From today, Wednesday 21 May, and up until 4 August, everyone can contribute their letter, by visiting the website 1418NOW.org.uk/letter and entering it onto the site directly, or sending it by Royal Mail to LETTER TO AN UNKNOWN SOLDIER, PO Box 73102, London EC1P 1TY.
Some think that the next stage in the life of digital publishing will be a new model (subscription, serialisation, supplementary), or a new platform, or a new device. At Salt, we think the next stage will simply be new content.