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Persistence expands from simple story to digital work, drawing on the strengths of many media to intrigue, entertain, and even inspire.
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Eric Kraft

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Risking the Ridiculous 1.2

Version 1.2 of Risking the Ridiculous is now in the iBookstore. Risking the Ridiculous is the catalog of the Babbington Press, which has been risking the ridiculous in the pursuit of the sublime since 1975. 

 Version 1.1 added the beginning of a chronicle of the making of The Personal History with a long section on the conception, birth, and nurturing of the early work, from a cold day in 1962 to sometime late in 1981. 

Version 1.2 adds the early work itself in scanned reproductions that enlarge to a readable size. 

The catalog is free, but you will need an iPad or Macintosh to read it. Follow this link to the iBookstore: itunes.apple.com/us/book/risking-the-ridiculous/id949526276

Herb ’n’ Lorna in Hungarian

"Fantasztikus egy könyv!"

"Felváltva nevetgéltek, kuncogtak, kacagtak és vihorásztak.” 

"Édes egy pár!"

 http://www.libri.hu/konyv/herb-es-lorna.html

Persistence 1.2

Version 1.2 of Persistence is now in the iBookstore. Added in this version is Mark Dorset’s account of the making of the “There I Was” section of Persistence. Version 1.2 is free, but you will need an iPad or Macintosh to read it. To download it, follow this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/persistence/id946754502

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Version 1.1 of Persistence

Version 1.1 of Persistence is now in the iBooks Store. Added in this version are Mark Dorset’s “How Did I Get into This?” and four entries for his topical autobiography: “Affectation,” “Autumn’s Promise,” “Idleness,” “Malice,” and “Mediocrity.” But that’s not all! If you act now you will also receive the opening pages of what will become the last and longest entry in Mark’s topical autobiography, “Persistence, the Making of It.” Version 1.1 is free, but you will need an iPad or Macintosh to read it. To download it, follow this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/persistence/id946754502?ls=1&mt=11

Persistence Without an IPad

This just in: You do NOT have to have an iPad to experience Persistence.

You can also read it and experience all the interactivity on a Mac with iBooks 1.0 or later and OS X 10.9 or later. You will find Version 1.0 in the iBookstore. It’s free.

If you follow this link to the iBookstore, you’ll find an explanation of the book, its theme, and its techniques: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/persistence/id946754502?ls=1&mt=11.