Cool! Kindle now has automatic updating for ebooks. If there has been an improved version of the ebook you've previously purchased it will auto update it. Trosley's How To Draw Cartoon Cars, an ebook I created for the Troz was bungled on the first Kindle conversion the aggregator did which threw the TOC to the end of the book and messed with other CSS code. I ended up doing the conversion myself and redelivered it to Kindle but the one I had bought was not affected- until now. It now reads correctly! iTunes had this feature but it would notify you that there was a new version to download. Auto update is nicer I think behind the scenes though it would be nice to know that there was an update. Can't have everything I suppose. Or can we?
I always like to check the standings for the e-books on a daily and even hourly basis. They go up and down all the time and sometimes they appear in bunches on a page but today they are side by side in the top 30's. That's cool. Normally book two trails one for some reason. It's the better designed and crafted one so understandably I would like it to do well and showcase my talents in e-production. One was done with a simple free program called eCub. It's a good app for beginners and those who don't want to go that far down the rabbit hole of epub. Me, I'm right down their with Alice eating strange tea cakes and washing them down with bottles labeled 'Drink Me'.
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