In 2012 rabble.ca was the first to use iBooks Author for a long-form journalism project and this year we are again presenting a multimedia version of the Best of rabble.ca for the iPad.
You can download the Best of rabble.ca 2014 Edition: The Year of Living Consciously for free right here. Special thanks to Matt Dusenbury, Meagan Perry, Jessica Rose, Michael Stewart and Kim Elliott!
rabble is not just about reading. We have a vibrant podcast network, extensive photos, and great video (from original commentary, to live feeds, to best of the net). This multimedia Best of rabble.ca version has all the articles you find in the book version plus video, photographs, podcasts, and audio clips. It also features some cool dynamic boxes with babble threads that explore issues in the book.
Our interactive iPad version brings the stories that matter to life, with extra videos, podcasts, and discussion from Krystalline Kraus, Maude Barlow, Charlie Angus, Penney Kome, Harsha Walia, Syed Hussan, Linda McQuaig and many more!
Join us to celebrate the Best of rabble.ca 2014 Edition launch in London. We'll also be at the People’s Social Forum in Ottawa (stay tuned for more details!).
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