The future of the book site offers a short video demonstration of the Booki.sh Reader, developed by Inventive Labs in Melbourne. Â It is designed to work in modern web browsers like Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. Â More information can be found on the booki.sh blog.
Hat tip to Xplana blog.
Below is the press release from K-NFB announcing the official availability of the blio reader for Windows.Â There’s been a lot of chatter on twitter today about reviews, download issues, complaints from MAC users, etc.Â The CNET coverage of blio is worth a look.Â For a more colorful review, try The Digital Reader.Â KNFB responded the next day – first day jitters.
I had some download issues of my own, the attempted download froze up Firefox two times, so I had to revert to IE, which worked just fine.Â I also noticed in the small print on the blio site than an accessible version will be out in October.Â So, MAC users and those requiring the accessible version will have to wait for the blio experience. Continue reading blio available for download today – mixed reviews
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