Stone, bronze, iron, ink, silicon (or “I’m the laziest developer out there”)

  • March 11, 2015
In the 90s, website were built from a series of html files put in a folder on a web server (sound familiar?) Today, websites are built with CMSes that repurpose content, use complex templating systems, and offer many other advantages to flat-file folders. Why should we (or shouldn’t we) adapt that to ebook development?

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