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New Software Allows Authors and Publishers to Auto Convert PDF's to Secure eBooks and eMagazines

(prweb.com): Authors, publishers and businesses can now auto convert, secure, sell and distribute eBooks, magazines and confidential documentation using ePage Wiz Secure from DNAML. ePage Wiz DRM provides the authors and publishers to be able to manage their ePublications, which includes eBooks, eMagazines, eCatalogs, textbooks and corporate documents.
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Wolters Kluwer signals U.S recovery, keeps targets

(forexyard.com): Dutch publisher Wolters Kluwer said it saw improving market conditions in the United States, signalling slow and steady economic recovery, while Europe remained challenging. The group, whose professional information services are used by doctors, lawyers and accountants, said European market conditions were still challenging, as new sales and cyclical revenue streams such as training, consulting and advertising remained under pressure.
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Best Draft Model for US University Green OA Self-Archiving Mandate So Far: U North Texas

(openaccess.eprints.org): The University of North Texas is hosting an Open Access Symposium on Tuesday, May 18, 2010. The event features both nationally and internationally recognized leaders in the open access initiative. The symposium is intended as a catalyst to move UNT and other academic institutions in Texas forward in their consideration of institutional open access policies. The UNT Open Access Policy Committee has just completed a first complete draft of a policy for open access to scholarly works at the University of North Texas. The Committee sees this as an initial step in broadening discussion by the UNT campus community on open access and the policy. The Policy on Open Access to Scholarly Works.
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Publishing industry changes

(mesmered.wordpress.com): There is no doubt that the publishing industry is changing. The best agent blogs in the business are constantly indicating this. Writers forums too are saying the same thing: the industry is tightening up, its developing to become fully competitive in a digital age. Its squaring up to fight e-books, POD, self-publishing and whatever else will be thrown at it as technology leaps ahead with the speed of light.
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Open vs. Closed: Google Takes on Amazon and Apple in e-Books

(gigaom.com): As it stands now, the e-book industry is dominated by two closed and proprietary giants: Amazon and Apple. Both have e-book platforms - the Kindle and the iPad - which they design, manufacture and control, and both have been busy trying to convince book publishers to do business with them, with Amazon pushing for lower prices and Apple giving in to publishers' demands for a more flexible approach. The landscape will change dramatically later this year, however, when Google is expected to launch a digital book-selling unit called Google Editions.
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