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April 03, 2013

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David N. Welton

> publishers want more readers supporting EPUB 3 functionalities so more adoption and budget can be put into developing EPUB 3 files.

Something worth considering are all the self-publishers out there. The more there is room for big companies to sink 'budget' into fancy files, the more they may be able to distance themselves from self publishers. Perhaps for them it's a good thing, but I think this is a very interesting moment in time for ebooks precisely because big publishers really do not have the room to outspend self published authors on their formatting and layout, in terms of your average ebook.

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