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Monday, June 29, 2009

MyEBook aims to democratise digital magazines

Another player in the "DIY Digimags" arena - MyEbook - has launched, aiming to make it possible for anyone to upload, or create from scratch; beautifully simple or adventurously complex page designs and covers online, in no time. 

The system allows you to embed or link to videos, audio, documents, images and flash files to make your books or magazines fully interactive, and they've cited a few examples for users to show what the product can do.

These include issue 2 of - MIX IT UP 

1 comment:

Jules said...

Looks pretty handy, but embedded videos from you tube look really poor and pixellated. need to fix that.

loads of copyright theft, just saw a whole mag there full of 007 bond images that clearly is just made by a fan

guess if it like youtube it will be full of trash with a few shining stars that get traction and make some ad money, ad buyers won't go near most of it.

wouldn't a good business model be to recruit say 10 top notch work at home mag makers on a profit share link up with designers and an ad and marketing team at hq and make a low cost production house of quality new digi mags.

forget providing space for the rest too much work

if so i'm looking to sign up!