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The book is a start-up
This is a startup universe of online publication that is reminiscent of blogs in the making. It seems to be the motto: If someone can write scribbles on the web walls, any writer can become, and any text can become a work. Online, the shape of a literary textbook becomes something formable, and online editors are trying to find out how to turn it into a store, even if it means distributing literary material that might as well have been blogs.
"Peter Armstrong explained in a talk about his serialised publishing firm Leanpub: "A product is a start-up. "This was a home with portable applications and meta data, apparently constructed on a glade in the wild; there was something of an adventure mind, as if creating a script was not charters.
Pavilions were full of frantic publisher and businessmen. It is this part of the publisher community that sees a work as a technology company, and the prowlers of the Internet are on the move from all directions to get onto the opening-marketplace. A former Yahoo manager, Tim Sanders, who is now the CEO of Net Minds, said that working on one is "the appeal of the book".
Did you know: Armstrong proposes that a single product and a start-up are "a high-risk, extremely resourceful undertaking by a small and unlikely team". It is called lean advertising, or "the act of releasing a running manual with light editing utilities and many repetitive repetitions to get readers' feedbacks, pivots until you get the right manual and construct tractive when you do so.
" Several other organizations are trying to involve the reader in the write process: Coliloquy, a start-up company, has developed a tool that allows users to track their decisions throughout the book and provide writers with comment. This information can all help publishing houses understand how to make the most attractive book possible - even if it means that the author's creativity is diminishing and public demands are taking over.
" On the Net Minds website, freelance authors, ghosts, editors, copywriters, graphic artists and publishers can register. From time to time, the mechanism of newly founded books suggests an assembling line; the concept "lean" comes from the demand-oriented Toyota production system in Japan, which was introduced in the second half of the 20th century.
However, a start-up notebook is for the mortal only. However, there are quicker and more effective ways to spread information or tell a tale than producing a work. Blogs already offer an easy-to-publish, free, customizable and easy-to-distribute blogging site; the special enjoyment of a work - usually the product of month-long or years of work, whether digital or on tape - is that it's designed to be enjoyed.
Because of the further development of our literacy practices, the definitions of a textbook can hardly be restricted to the well-known, confined concepts. They can be created in a print or videogame, published on a website or published as a work of papermaking, a platform for societal interactions that becomes a bookshop, or a scarce getaway through which a readers can turn off the outside underworld.
What is tempting about a novel is also what separates it from the technical start-up universe: it offers a certain distinction from the stream of on-line times and has its own kind of concrete, spacial presence. Although the book-as-start-up concept is a fusion of the inventiveness of the digital environment with the ambitions of publishers, each side varies in its rapprochement with the other.
Somehow the notion of a novel in the abstraction seems to suppress a true meaning for what makes something really readable.