I’m pleased to announce that I’ve made a first pass at converting the blog posts in the Edulinq series into e-books.
I’m using Calibre to convert to PDF and e-book format. I still have a way to go, but they’re at least readable. The Kindle version (MOBI format) is working somewhat better than the PDF version at the moment, which surprises me. In particular, although hyperlinks are displaying in the PDF, they don’t seem to be working – whereas at least the internal links in the Kindle format are working.
I’ll no doubt try to improve things over time, but I’ve put these early attempts up on the download page of the Edulinq project site. I’ve also put all the blog posts up as HTML in the site’s source control; that means you can browse the latest version directly. It also means if you sync the source control, download Calibre yourself and add "index.html" as a new e-book in the Calibre library, you can play with the conversion yourself and help me improve things. Feedback about problems is welcome; feedback including the fix is even better