You may have a look at who we are and what we do here - I’d recommend that if you are a publisher or author. Otherwise you may also just let the bulldog sleep and read the blog.
Now, as a start up, once you set your focus and identified your target group, you go try and find out as much as possible about them because normally they do not behave the way you expect them to – even if you consider yourself being member of your target group.*
This was a hard lesson to learn but we did our bits in the last year and this is why we now come up with this new blog: English, though it is hard for us Germans, focused on our feature development, because this is what obviously interests you most and finally: reporting our work while we’re right in progress, not asking you “How do you like it?” after weeks of work has been done. Not a typical devblog, really, at least I hope so.
You are interested in
# web development
# future publishing processes
# collaborative work spaces
# (not too) general e_stuff?
Well, this might become one of your information sources.
PaperC.com is for students, which includes everyone who labels him or herself a student, better said: as a person who (still) wants to learn something. Our aim is to build a platform where people find the textbooks they need and have all possibilities to work with relevant content from whatever place they please to, on whatever device they own and with whomever they like.
We’re now in closed alpha, free invites can be asked from any team member and your feedback is highly appreciated. While waiting for it, we’re trying not to bore you with how great we are and how wonderful things have become since there is PaperC.
Behave well and be nice, though nerdy.
Katja for the team (any)
*Which we did as a small team of fresh-from-university evangelists of life long learning and heavy users of digital content.