Nantucket E-Books™ Recognized by the Free Software Foundation
Nantucket E-Books™ is now listed in the Free Software Foundation’s guide to DRM-free e-books.
This is an exciting development for me. When I set out to make the best e-books on the planet, I knew that meant creating an e-book that respects the reader’s freedom. As an author, I want to make it easy for readers to share my work, not punish them for wanting to share it. My e-books can be read in any modern web browser, and you can even download them for offline reading.
In addition, I am releasing a small update to the platform today, Version 1.5.1. You may read about it, as always, on the versions page. This update includes syntax for including code examples (great for documentation), and improved functionality of generated links in some browsers (esp. GNU IceCat).
I will be hosting a livestream about these updates tonight at 6 PM Mountain Time, which you may watch at youtube.com/ndhfilms/live. I will update this post with a link to a recording of the stream once it’s finished.
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