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The practicalities of Digital Rights Management

The practicalities of Digital Rights Management

If you saw our rejection of Digital Rights Management, or DRM, the fundamental objections are practical. So what are the  practicalities of Digital Rights Management? ...
How to: Protect your downloadable content

How to: Protect your downloadable content

How do you create web-accessible e-publications that are NOT downloadable and NOT printable for users who haven’t paid for them? ...
Using Book2Look Page Preview

Using Book2Look Page Preview

Interactive, page-flipping, previewing software is not new for publications, but we’re dipping into the Book2Look page preview software care of Neilsen so see what the latest generation has to offer. ...
Seven Deadly Fears of Writing

Seven Deadly Fears of Writing

What’s been stopping you from producing that magnum opus? Taken from the opening of Jurgen Wolff’s 2007  Your Writing Coach, what follows is our take on his Seven Deadly Fears of Writing. ...

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Foreword: The Newcomers’ Guide to Competition Fencing

Foreword: The Newcomers’ Guide to Competition Fencing

Perhaps you’ve just entered your first fencing competition, or you’re thinking of entering. Perhaps you’re going a competition as a parent or as a partner of a fencer. Perhaps you’re ...
Sample: The HEMA Heresy – Robin Catling

Sample: The HEMA Heresy – Robin Catling

Almost all our our study of Historical European Martial Arts is based on original period manuscripts written by fencing masters of the time. But practical issues in reconstructing the ...
Foreword, Sports Fencing: An Introduction – Robin Catling

Foreword, Sports Fencing: An Introduction – Robin Catling

From Pirates of the Caribbean, to Star Wars and even Transformers, it seems every other movie poster features a character with a sword; there’s been a slew of TV and ...
Introduction: The Art of Foil Fencing – Roy Stocks

Introduction: The Art of Foil Fencing – Roy Stocks

Modern fencing has evolved through the centuries from a clumsy, often brutally bloodthirsty form of combat. The heavy weapons were used to bludgeon the opponent as much to hack and ...