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As an initial step towards developing ebook commenting software I need a survey of existing programs and their capabilities. The Kindle and Nook readers allow the user to take notes and download or share those notes, as well as highlighting sections of books. But what other, more sophisticated programs exist that allow for organizing info from ebooks, commenting on content, and continuing multi-user discussions from ebooks?
The first search should just take a few hours, then perhaps, refining those results, more extensive searches may be undertaken. The work product should be a list and brief description of the 10 most interesting and robust ebook commenting and discussion software applications. I'm only interested in programs that respect copyright, not those that function like Napster in music.
One example would be Subtext, a free iPad app. [obscured] /) What else like Subtext is out there, and can you compare and contrast the various programs? Subtext can only be used on ...
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