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E-Books – The Bigger Problem, Part Two Point Five Point One of Three | Dangerous Precedent

As I wrote in part 2.5, if you were designing a new generation of content management systems (which you’ll be shocked to hear I am), it would not be unreasonable to ask for journalists to include markup in their typescripts. It seems to me to be the simplest way to get preserve as much data as possible as close to the original sources as possible – something that I’ve described as utterly necessary for a multi-outlet world.

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Forward Thinking Ben Hammersley.

Yup, Books are static. But their future isn't.

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