March, 2015 Magazine – Design Wednesday, Mar 4 2015 

If you project is over 600 MB in size, we suggest looking toward DVD, as storage varies from about four and a half gigabytes to just under 18 GB – regardless of file type. If the book contains strong video components, DVD also lends itself well as it can be configured to be played on a home entertainment system rather than a computer. Some large book projects may be better suited to USB or memory cards – depending on your audience.

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http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/electronic/media.html

Electronic Magazine – December 2014 v13#12: Design Thursday, Dec 11 2014 

Top reasons to publish electronically by disk:
Accessible without internet connection.
More easily definable and traceable sold “copy” then pure electronic file.
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http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/electronic/media.html

February, 2014 Electronic Magazine – Design Tuesday, May 20 2014 

Top reasons to publish electronically by disk:

  1. Physical product to give to paying customers –  for something concrete “in hand”.

  2. Easily update customers by including update links, cloud access, and/or emailing customers with provided update contacts for ongoing, value added, bonuses.

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http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/electronic/media.html

January, 2014 Electronic Magazine – Design Tuesday, May 20 2014 

Top reasons to publish electronically by disk:

  1. Accessible without internet connection.
  2. More easily definable and traceable sold “copy” then pure electronic file.

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http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/electronic/media.html

E-Magazine Volume 12 Issue 3: Design Tuesday, Mar 5 2013 

Top reasons to publish electronically by disk:

  1. Accessible without internet connection.

  2. More easily definable and traceable sold “copy” then pure electronic file.

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http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/electronic/epublishmedia.html

Positive(s) about E-Books Thursday, Jul 23 2009 

Still on the fence about electronic books? We’ve added a list of things that are good about them to our website.

October 2006, V5 #10: Production Friday, Mar 20 2009 

Add to your printed book for pennies

Hybrids:  Disks can be placed in envelopes or slim-line jewel cases to be delivered (or shrink wrapped) with printed books, or spindles may be attached to the end sheets to secure a CD in a hybrid book. Content ideas for this include:

  • Containing original manuscript in digital form.  Example – prepared in MS Word, the reader can use the Edit+Find command just like a search engine. Also editing & updating can be accomplished by the reader. This makes an excellent handicapped edition that can be shipped with the printed book, or sold separately.

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http://www.gregathcompany.com/epublish.html

September 2006, V5 #9: Production Friday, Mar 20 2009 

Add to your printed book for pennies

Hybrids:  Disks can be placed in envelopes or slim-line jewel cases to be delivered (or shrink wrapped) with printed books, or spindles may be attached to the end sheets to secure a CD in a hybrid book. Content ideas for this include:

  • Containing color photos where black and white were used in the printed book.

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August 2006, V5 #8: Production Friday, Mar 20 2009 

Add to your printed book for pennies

Regardless of your final disk/internet format and file type, E-books are now being marketed as not only a stand alone body of work, but also published in conjunction with a printed and bound (paper) book as a further service to the reader/buyer.

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Now accepting digital manuscripts online Tuesday, Feb 24 2009 

As we continue to improve our services, we are pleased to announce that we can now accept and share digital files online – at no additional charge. We continue to discard email attachments, but we have arranged for a SkyBox where digital manuscripts and cover art files can be uploaded and allow customers to download full resolution files for viewing.

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