E-BOOK


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E-BOOKElectronic Book
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The free e-book publisher comes with a number of built-in templates, allowing one to choose from different backgrounds, font colors and other attributes.
The e-book, which is downloadable free of charge, contains all BIRN's reports on the case, from the period when KaradA3/4ic was on the run to when he was caught and extradited, and throughout the whole of the trial that followed.
It seems e-book devices and books have come to an understanding and the two forms of reading are happy to sit cheek by jowl.
The second phase of the initiative included distribution of 600 e-books. The e-book was also presented at the Zayed University Pavilion in the UAE-Greek cultural week in Athens last October.
The Ministry of Finance has recently launched and concluded the final phase of Sheikh Zayed e-book initiative aimed at introducing primary students to Sheikh Zayed in an innovative manner through a non-traditional book that includes video clips that detail the biography of the founding father.
The free package includes both an online version of the E-Book, and a downloadable PDF.
Accessible easily by just a link, the e-book can be shared via email or social media.
Replying to a question, the official said e-book trend was gaining popularity among readers as advance technology ensures ease and comfort.
The author explored the availability of these e-book titles in databases from different vendors.
Sales of e-books remain unchanged, or continue to rise, depending on whom you ask.
"The Commission has concerns that such clauses may make it more difficult for other e-book distributors to compete with Amazon by developing new and innovative products and services," the European Commission said in a statement announcing the probe.
Shri Javedekar, said this while launching the e-book of the ministry.