Future dotReader user featured in AP story in scores of newspapers

Freeload PressFreeload Press, which will use dotReader to help slash the cost of textbooks, is featured in widely published AP story showing up in the Washington Post and L.A. Times, among scores of other newspapers. Current technology is PDF, but Freeload will soon be introducing dotReader, which lets advertisers update and localize ads—in addition to allowing for blogs and forums to be embedded in books. DotReader is the first implementer of the OpenReader standard, in which I’m involved. Related: Free, ad-supported books: Vonnegut, Orwell, Styron, Huxley among modern greats included, about the new Wowio service, based on PDF.

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