As I’ve been getting more involved in using social media like Facebook and Twitter to market business services, I’ve been spending more and more time inside each site, keeping up with my various “presences” there. Meaning I have less time to actually create those services and content that I can sell to my clients. Familiar story, right?more >
by David Blatner
[Note from AM: Many months ago, during one of our InDesignSecrets.com videocasts, I kidded David (Blatner, my co-host) because he still had some graphics in EPS format on his computer. Someone recently wrote us asking why I was making fun of his EPS images, and David wrote a great explanation, which follows.]
Do you ever wonder (or are you currently struggling with) how you can
convert your trade books, journals, whitepapers, instruction manuals and
such from a “designed for print/PDF” InDesign format to a digital eBook
for the iPad bookstore, the Amazon Kindle, the Barnes & Noble Nook,
and other devices? Then I think you’ll love this.