Just a little note: I have converted all my EPUBs from EPUB 2 to EPUB 3, but I’m still including an EPUB 2 NCX navigation control file for readers that don’t yet understand how to use an EPUB 3 XHTML navigation document.
Tuesday, December 25, 2012
Below is a current list of eBooks in EPUB format “published” by me. The experimental versions with embedded fonts use CSS descriptors and properties from the CSS Fonts Module Level 3 working draft for stuff like small caps and oldstyle figures. No proprietary
-webkit-font-feature-settings hacks, in other words. The fonts are obfuscated using the IDPF method (not the Adobe one).
- Monty Python Goodies
- Jeffrey Morgan: Alice Cooper Biography
- Jeffrey Morgan: Alice Cooper Biography (experimental version with embedded and obfuscated fonts)
- Brian Harrigan: Rush
- Dave Hunter: Live at Leeds Era Pete Townshend
- Ambrose Bierce: The Devil’s Dictionary
- Ambrose Bierce: The Devil’s Dictionary (experimental version with embedded and obfuscated fonts)
- Bram Stoker: Dracula
- Bram Stoker: Dracula (experimental version with embedded and obfuscated fonts)
- HF Frekvenslista
- Tuning 150 kHz to 30 MHz
- Frekvenser Västsverige
- Marshall Kirk McKusick: Twenty Years of Berkeley Unix
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
I don’t understand how anyone can accept FBReader as a sensible eBook reader alternative for Android. This
piece of cr software completely ignores top/bottom margins in the CSS, among a lot of other issues. I’m currently using Aldiko, and while it’s not perfect, it respects the margins in the CSS.
Sunday, December 2, 2012
I have updated all of my EPUBs (except some from Project Gutenberg) in the text section of my site to EPUB 3. Not because I’m going to use a lot of multimedia bells and whistles, but because it supports all the CSS 2.1 properties, which is crucial for me in some situations.