Kno Wants To Help Publishers Turn Static Files Into Interactive Content
Posted at 7:23AM Tuesday 12 Feb 2013
When Pluto lost its standing as a planet, some teachers had to wait years for print textbooks that accurately described its new status. But in a digital world, says Osman Rashid, CEO and co-founder of Kno, that kind of lag time should be obsolete.
"You should be able to update content in the digital world on the fly," he said. "In digital, the idea of a new textbook edition doesn't exist any more."
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