There are certainly a lot of misconceptions about ebooks—that they can’t be nicely-designed, that they are worth less than print, that reading them is a “less-than” experience. None of these things are true. But they will become a self-fulfilling prophecy if publishers believe them and put little to no energy or creative attention into their digital publishing programs. The truth is that there exists a wide variety of readers who want to read in a wide variety of ways. And there is work to do in navigation, annotation and presentation to address readers’ needs. Read the full article from Digital Book World here.