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Blurb Wants To Bring Illustrated E-books Up To Speed For Publishers And Consumers

Posted at 7:41AM Friday 12 Oct 2012

Illustrated books are not finding the same success in the digital publishing world as plain-text books; San Francisco- and London-based self-publishing service Blurb aims to change that.

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