eBook Publishing Software Engineer, Liza Daly

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Liza Daly of Threepress Consulting Inc (Threepress.org) is a brilliant software engineer specializing in creating publishing software for the e-book publishing industry. She states, “Our projects push the boundaries of digital reading, design, distribution and automation.” And I couldn’t agree more.

Daly developed an experimental e-book platform called Bookworm in 2008; She has since released one of the first e-book platforms, Ibis Reader, built on HTML 5.

Podcast with Liza Daly

Daly shares an overview of her free, multi-platform Ibis Reader and outlines the advantage of using HTML5 to create multi-media e-book applications across multiple devices. Daly also believes it will be the creativity of authors that will help push e-books into more “interesting and sophisticated multi-media experiences.”

About the Ibis eReader: Reading on Any Device

ibis ereaderCreated in HTML5, the simple Ibis Reader has been developed to work seamlessly across multiple e-reader platforms PCs, Macs, iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, Android phones and other ereader devices that support the ePub format.

What’s next for this HTML5-based ereader, Liza shared that Threepress consulting is dedicated to “furthering the development of Ibis Reader to include expanded features going forward.” Start reading e-books immediately using the Ibis Reader from your computer, iPad or smartphone.

More on Liza Daly

Liza Daly provided an engaging, informative and humorous video on O’Reilly’s “Tools of Change” series called, “Reading on the Open Mobile Web: Introducing Ibis Reader.”

A special thanks to Nate Hoffelder, (aka, Nate the Great) of The Digital Reader, for suggesting we talk with Liza and making this interview possible.

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