The author is an IT-librarian, computer science writer. He disposes of a PhD academic degree. His PhD thesis deals with the relationship between electronic culture and e-government . He is author of The eBook Guide as well as The Electronic Book. Founder and editor of Könyvkonnektor (BookConnect) blog.
We can not only emphasize Gutenberg’s merits as a process manager, but also his skills as a businessman, a man of ideas and an organizer who gives definite orders, but does not participate in manual labour. Now he appears before our eyes as a widely successful businessman who published and sold the Bible. Gutenberg was outstandingly efficient software manager, the first technological entrepreneur.
This new book is nothing more than a brief guide. The title is "eBook in action". Its aim is to get started with the e-book, to take a stroll over the reader interfaces in a friendly, open way. The author has also taken up the task of assisting the reader of the print book to change to the e-book. In the last chapter the author attempts to introduce of electronic dedication.
My blog highlights that culture created from digital platforms can only be interpreted within the context of traditional culture. The research of the dimensions of the Googletenberg-galaxy have only begun, even though the world of books is changing at a rapid pace.