(from TechCrunch) The iPad is a great canvas for beautiful apps, but unless you are a pretty competent developer or designer, getting your own content onto the iPad isn’t exactly easy. Tactilize wants to make it significantly easier for writers, photographers, videographers and anybody else who produces interesting content to feature – and monetize – their works on the iPad. To do so, the company has developed an easy to use web interface for designing the layout around the content, and an iPad app for displaying it. The service, which describes itself as an “iPad content network,” is currently in private beta… (read full story)
This is interesting and convenient for teachers as curators to publish digital textbooks with ease. What do you think?
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