Description: DictionaryNet is also about shedding light on glossaries that otherwise might not receive the attention they deserve simply by the fact that they have a low rank in search engines. This time I am even faster that Google, and I like that! Thanks to a tweet by @ebookfriendly I happened to visit their glossary, that hasn’t been cached by Google so far.
Even though a small glossary with only 25 terms, for me it just came in on time. And that counts sometimes more than comprehensiveness. I bought my first ebook via Amazon last week ( Brian Solis: The End of Business as Usual) and at work I receive some five “e-books” a day from companies trying to get attention for their services trough inbound marketing. So reading through the EbookFriendly.com glossary gave me a fast overlook of the ” most popular terms used to describe ebooks”.
The ebook glossary was compiled by Piotr Kowalczyk, “self-publisher, author of short stories for geeks and a big enthusiast of electronic books”. I am positive that the glossaries will grow over time. Keep up the good work, Piotr!
Example Term: enhanced ebook
An electronic book with added audio, video and other elements, which let the user interact with the content. usually enhanced ebooks are sold as standalone book application.
No. of terms: 25
Quote as: Ebooks – Glossary of Terms [plus link]