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The IETF has published an informational draft on a top-level media type for archives. Capturing overall publication structure Portable document formats usually include information pertaining to the overall publication structure, such as the logical reading order s of the set of resources that comprise the publication e.
The Manifest for web application format [[web-manifest]] is one example of a technology that could potentially be used to achieve this goal. A typical example is the archival of a document consisting of a single Web page. Such defaults are not currently present in EPUB. Among the various portable document formats available today, there is no equivalent ubiquitous method for identifying a publication that by definition does not have an HTTP address.
Also, for a universally applicable portable document format, unconditionally relying on distinct resolver services is suboptimal for a number of use cases, primarily as these may not be free of charge, and may require registration process that is not be applicable to the use case at hand. A typical, and extremely valuable use case is in academic and scholarly publishing.
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This is akin to the issue of identifying, e. Beyond the identification of the document as a whole, there is a further need for fragment identification, i. This deliverable will provide a general framework for anchoring; and, although defined within the framework of annotations, the specification can also be used for other fragment identification use cases.
Finally, the Streamable Package Format draft, mentioned above , also includes a fragment identification mechanism. Metadata: discovery Throughout the digital publishing industry, highly specialized metadata vocabularies and serialization forms thereof are being used. Scholarly publishing, on the other hand, uses various derivatives of the ubiquitous BibTeX vocabulary.
The adoption of HTML as the vehicle for expressing publication-level metadata i. STM publishing, for example, where the faithful representation and rendering of, e. Similarly, dynamic pagination of reflowable content is not natively supported by browsers today, and as a result EPUB Reading System developers are forced to implement pagination using various ad-hoc approaches, all coming with a significant penalty in terms of development costs, performance and stability.
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Note that from this perspective, accessibility can be seen just a radical case of personalization. In the digital comics domain for example, the default presentation form is, traditionally at least, pre-paginated, fixed-form, and image-based media, possibly with a set of omnipresent i.
On the other hand, for trade publishing the default form is fully reflowable content, where user interaction patterns are defined entirely by the user agent.
In educational publishing, the ability to control structure, to include rich domain-specific structural semantics and extensive specialized metadata, are at the basis for enhanced reading system behaviors, as well as predictable content discovery and repurposing.
Conclusions This White Paper outlines a vision for the convergence between the Open Web Platform and portable documents while also significantly advancing and expanding the existing EPUB ecosystem. The realization of this vision would require a strong cooperation between the traditional publishing and Web communities, ideally based on a close collaboration between IDPF and the W3C and potentially other relevant organizations.
The starting point will be to explore and plan for the detailed technical challenges to gain a better insight into the work ahead; this exploration should be done together with the various interested communities. He accused me of screwing all his friends, too, which was laughable since he didn't actually have any. He sure as hell wasn't going to remember that he had a kid in the bedroom down the hall. Never mind caring enough to take you to someone who would care for you. I begged him not to leave you without a mother.
I regretted saying it as soon as the words left my mouth, because he got this horrible look on his face.
I didn't even think about what I was doing. I snatched it away from him and was holding it with the point toward him. He sort of lost his mind and ran at me, and to this day I couldn't tell you if I purposely allowed him to impale himself, or if I just didn't have time to react.
The suspense is killing me," Mac said, her tone anxious. She couldn't help thinking she had waited too long to tell Cam about this, but there hadn't been a pressing need until now.
Cameron was showing every sign of suffering from PTSD and guilt over killing Gerry in August, though, and Mac could no longer stand idly by. Cam needed to know someone close to her truly understood what it felt like to kill someone. Give me thirty seconds to absorb, would ya?
She had cornered her daughter in the kitchen as soon as Cam had come back from the ferret building, because she wanted to get the confrontation over with, so she took advantage of their location and got up to root around in the fridge for something to snack on. She grabbed some of the cookies she'd made the day before, and pulled out the jug of goat's milk to go with them. Have some cookies. Maybe that'll help you absorb better," she told her daughter, and slid the container toward her.
Cameron automatically grabbed one of the cheesecake cookies Mac had figured out how to make from the goat cheese that was so plentiful on their farm now. She'd taken a lot more satisfaction from homesteading-type activities than she had expected, and busied herself coming up with new things, but she knew she'd go back to take-out in a heartbeat if it were at all possible.
We were dead broke back then. You wouldn't remember it, but it was not a happy time for me. I had just turned eighteen, and summer was starting to kick in something fierce. Air conditioning was a luxury we couldn't afford in my wildest dreams in those days, and I remember sitting at that table, wanting to cry because there was no way I could even afford to download some cheap ice cream at the grocery store.
From there things got a whole lot better for us. It meant putting you in daycare, but at least my boss was understanding the few times I got called out of work for emergency situations with you. My work could be done on a fairly flexible schedule, since I didn't need to be there answering phones or anything, but a lot of employers aren't that nice.
I wasn't very good at taking orders from people anyway, and I decided that was enough for me. I was sick of working for idiots who knew less than I did about their own jobs, and then having to take crap from them.
It was a really good thing I left, though. The money was a hell of a lot better for consulting work.
I only did that part-time, of course, but even that was more than enough to live on. I just needed variety," Mac said. Cameron nodded her head in response. How long did it take you to get bored with accounting? And then later on it was investment stuff.
Of course, most people would have been bored with those types of jobs right from the start, but you were really into them at first. That's why I've always got my head stuck in a book, learning something new.
Between my curiosity and my need to keep my brain engaged, there aren't a lot of subjects I haven't learned at least something about. And I took classes, too. A lot.
I certainly wouldn't have survived when the shit hit the fan. I was raised on a farm, and, believe me, I hated it.
I despised having to weed the garden, especially, and we had a big one. Then there were the animals.