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May 06, 2006

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Ellen Gerstein

Now I know what you are doing in those meetings where you bring your laptop!

Andy Rathbone

The baseball site works because it repackages a database of past events: baseball statistics. Similarly, this publishing method could repackage content from a publisher's backlist, combining bits of books to create an easily browsable encyclopedia of information. The older books would provide the historical depth and breadth.

By combining backlist titles, a "Windows" ebook could let people dig deeply into whatever portion of Windows interests them at the time: a particular branch of the registry, for instance, or an aspect of WiFi or networking.

P.S. Now Ellen knows what I'm doing when I'm supposed to be writing books.

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