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Truly Global Financial Insight

The World Financial Review and The European Financial Review are the latest additions to the burgeoning business section of the Exact Editions webstore. The World Financial Review will also harness the promotional power of Exact Editions’ exclusive ByPlace™ technology with a brilliant new app available in the Apple Newsstand.

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The European Financial Review is an invaluable resource for any financiers toolkit, bringing together analysis and insights from top economists, academics and business leaders. With features encompassing breaking financial news from Keep Reading

The Pastoral Review goes Digital!

The Pastoral Review has been the go-to resource for ministers of the Roman Catholic Church since 1931. Now it’s following in the footsteps of Pope Francis and using the power of the internet to reach out to the masses!

Seeking to offer clarity and guidance for ordained ministers and laity alike, The Review helps to explore and interpret scripture for a contemporary Church. It joins a host of Catholic content brought to the Apple Newsstand through Exact Editions and is … Keep Reading

Digital Reading gets Deeper

Yesterday, after several months of work, The Wire magazine on the Exact Editions platform entered a new phase in which all the back issues are available to all the subscribers as a searchable and browseable resource. If you are an iPad user you need to pick up the freemium app here. It allows users to search all the content for free, and shows the search results in snippet form.

As a digital magazine, The Wire packs a staggering … Keep Reading

Lifestreams and Magazine Streams

David Gelernter has a fascinating essay over at Wired on: The End of the Web, Search, and Computer as We Know It. He argues that our web-based spatial metaphors for computing are being replaced by time-based metaphors, or what he calls lifestreams, which are highly individual and instantaneous, which get melded together to form a global worldstream. Some of his commentators think that Gelernter was ‘under the influence’ when he wrote the piece, it is certainly an intriguing and … Keep Reading

Are Magazines About to be Forked?

Forking happens in software projects when a developer or group of developers takes code that has been developed by one community for one purpose, and then duplicates that code and takes it off in another direction. Forking an operating system or an ‘open source’ software project or application may be perfectly legal and within the spirit of the free software. For example, Google launched Android as a free and open operating system for mobile software development and more or less … Keep Reading

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