Don’t get me wrong. I love print. But I also know that “E” books are a very strategic, cost effective tool that is a completely different experience, and if you aren’t making them I will do my best to shame you into breaking the digital ice. In this audio tip I give you six things to think about. Suggestions, urges, quelling of fears and whatever else you want to call it. Like all things you just have to do a test, but before you do listen to this post and bask in the glory of my advanced and brilliant insight…..
This is the way that my long since dead New Mexico project looks on an iPhone. I NEVER thought I would use something like this. Ever. Never. But I use it ALL THE TIME. Again, I have both a print book and magazine that I carry in the field, or used to when this project still had oxygen in its lungs, but I also had the phone, which came in VERY handy with the 18-25 crowd as well as those on airplanes, meetings, etc, who wanted to know what I was working on. As you will see, the E version is comprised of stills, copy and audio clips, a favorite combination of mine. So don’t be a punk like me. Don’t let your project die. Let it live in multiple forms.