Making Books Better with WeJITs

Reid, Calvin
July 2013
Publishers Weekly;7/1/2013, Vol. 260 Issue 26, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on Democrasoft software development firm and its WeJIT technology which embeds interactivity in books and lets readers collaborate in online discussions set up by publishers and authors. The article notes Democrasoft's chief executive officer (CEO) is Richard Lang. It also notes WeJIT can be embedded in apps (application software), websites, electronic mail (e-mail), and e-books.


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