Monthly Archives: July 2009

Major Bookworm release

Details over at O’Reilly Labs: New features and bug fixes for Bookworm. Most of these are (by design) internal and not user-facing, but at least two are notable and possibly quite fun. Feedbooks integration At the bottom of the user … Continue reading

Safari Books Online adds 56 new titles – books, videos, short cuts and rough cuts – to its already expansive library for technical, creative and business professionals.

   Put Option Strategies for Smarter Trading: How to Protect and Build Capital in Turbulent Markets By: Michael Thomsett. Publisher: FT Press America, Welcome to the Poorhouse: What You Must Do to Protect Your Financial Future and the Reform We … Continue reading


This is so cool. Bookworm in Japanese! Thank you Mahalo Ito!

Open Publication Distribution System on PubCall #14

Mark Bertilis was nice enough to invite me to this week’s PubCall, a semi-regular publishing podcast. I talked about the Open Publication Distribution System (OPDS), which I pronounce “op-dees” although probably “Open Pub” will win out. OPDS is building some … Continue reading

35 New Books, Videos and Rough Cuts Added to Safari Books Online’s Library within Last 7 Days

Some of the most recent titles added to the Safari Books Online library include Best iPhone Apps by O’Reilly Media, Business Process Driven SOA using BPMN and BPEL: From Business Process Modeling to Orchestration and Service Oriented Architecture by Packt Publishing, Apple … Continue reading

Top Publishers Add 120 New Books, Videos and Rough Cuts to Safari Books Online’s Library within 7 Day Span

Top publishers like Apress, Rocky Nook, Prentice Hall, Peachpit Press, O’Reilly Media, Addison-Wesley, Focal Point, IBM Redbooks, and more add 120 new books, videos and rough cuts to Safari Books Online’s library within seven day span. On The Way to … Continue reading

¿Qué es Bookworm?

Bookworm is now available in Spanish! I’m thrilled to finally have this up as Spanish was one of the languages I was most interested in adding.