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Are Typos a Problem In eBooks?

Are Typos a Problem In eBooks?

Posted by Victoria McNallyPosted on Tue, 19 Aug 2014in BookWorks

Recently I saw a letter to the Financial Times that discussed the paper's recent coverage of Amazon and Hachette's endless struggle against one another. The author pointed out that in his experience, "it is rare to find a typographical or spelling error in a printed book, while they are rife in ebooks. This is particularly inexcusable in this day and age when the vast bulk of writer manuscripts must surely exist in the form of computer files that can be easily transferred from one publishing medium to another." Upon first glance it looks as though he might be targeting...