Progress marches on. Or saunters, or maybe shuffles. This week Joe got one big project off his plate, leaving him with only (pauses to calculate) an infinite number remaining.
We released a new edition of a book this week and dealt with loads of other odds and ends. As we look forward to the rest of the year, and the dozens of titles that will have to be updated for the fall operating systems, we could really use a few extra days in each…
Joe describes another rather challenging week and discusses three things everyone should know about contacting Take Control with customer support questions or problems.
In this week’s Friday report, Joe talks about the challenges of making progress, and the process Take Control Books uses to make decisions about which titles to publish (or discontinue).
Slow but steady progress is occurring on Joe’s gigantic Take Control to-do list. Joe also shares a bunch of tips for better experiences on the Take Control site.
The SummerFest sale continues, but the big event this week was WWDC and its many announcements. Joe looks at the effect Apple’s new operating systems will have on our publishing schedule.
In our continuing series of weekly blog posts, Joe Kissell takes you inside Take Control Books. This week: SummerFest 2020 begins, we look forward to WWDC, and Joe ponders taxes on ebooks.
In the first of an ongoing series of weekly blog posts, Joe Kissell takes you inside Take Control Books. This week: why everything takes so much longer than you’d expect.
Wondering which books we’re planning to update for Catalina and iOS 13/iPadOS 13—and when? Here’s a quick overview.
Our new site has some great new capabilities, but also a few rough edges and missing features. We’re working as fast as we can to address them! Here’s a quick overview of what’s still in progress.