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The Changing Book And Its Publishing Model

Posted at 10:45PM Wednesday 20 Aug 2014

With previously monolithic books now (mostly) digitized and disaggregated into chapters, objectives, tests, case studies and various metatagged bits, a different publishing model is emerging. The disaggregated book, essentially a database of information, offers the flexibility to be printed and disseminated digitally, and/or customized expeditiously. That database, whether from back- or front-list, can now be repurposed, remixed, customized and sold anew.

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