Definitions

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  • noun An electronic or digital version of a text.

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Examples

  • Original date of e-text:          e-text  last updated

    Mid Flinx

  • So what is to stop the modern -- or postmodern -- author from getting Amazon to print, market and distribute his or her work, from the manuscript e-text?

    Nigel Hamilton: Apocalypse in Print

  • So what is to stop the modern -- or postmodern -- author from getting Amazon to print, market and distribute his or her work, from the manuscript e-text?

    Nigel Hamilton: Apocalypse in Print

  • The fascinating thing is, this larger cheque coincides exactly with the period in which we giving away WoC for free as an e-text.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » What the…?

  • Clearly this demonstrates how wrong giving away free e-text is.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » What the…?

  • So what is to stop the modern -- or postmodern -- author from getting Amazon to print, market and distribute his or her work, from the manuscript e-text?

    Nigel Hamilton: Apocalypse in Print

  • This e-text is designed to introduce the reader to contaminants and toxicology.

    Environmental Contaminants and Toxicology Reader

  • Instead of a single picture depicting the ancient city of Miletos, or a bronze warrior god from the 12th century, a gallery of photos is embedded in the e-text.

    At the apex

  • Instead of a single picture depicting the ancient city of Miletos, or a bronze warrior god from the 12th century, a gallery of photos is embedded in the e-text.

    At the apex

  • This e-text is designed to introduce the reader to contaminants and toxicology.

    Environmental Contaminants and Toxicology Reader

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