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Connected Bookshelves

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How digital bookshelves could be connected together to create a better, more seamless experience.

How digital bookshelves could be connected together to create a better, more seamless experience.

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  • 1. Connected Bookshelves in an e-book world Hadrien Gardeur Feedbooks
  • 2. Store Books
  • 3. Organize
  • 4. Design
  • 5. Books are Trophies
  • 6. =
  • 7. A Digital Bookshelf
  • 8. List & Organize
  • 9. Social Interactions
  • 10. Store (Local)
  • 11. Store (Cloud)
  • 12. How do you connect ?
  • 13. OPDS Stands for: • Open • Publishing • Distribution • System
  • 14. Goal « Creating a new architecture using common, open standards that permits people to find, buy, acquire, and read books from any source, on any device, using many different ebook applications. »
  • 15. OPDS Bookshelf
  • 16. … it’s just an Atom feed
  • 17. A Global Shelf
  • 18. Global Shelf
  • 19. A Global Shelf to… • Backup your files (Local, Dropbox) • Automatically add books to social network • Consolidate the user experience (multiple retailers, a single app) • Share what you’re reading
  • 20. Bookshelf Widgets
  • 21. Sync Devices
  • 22. OLPC XO
  • 23. Calibre 2 OPDS
  • 24. A Bookshelf is an API
  • 25. Annotations & Highlights
  • 26. Position in a book
  • 27. Distributed Reading Social Networks
  • 28. Discover OPDS  Specification: http://opds-spec.org/  Primer: http://www.feedbooks.com/api/primer  Google Code: http://code.google.com/p/openpub/  Group: http://groups.google.com/group/openpub

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