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Ulysses SEEN on iPad

  • Aired: 04/26/2012
  • 06:22
  • Rating: NR
When Robert Berry suggested making an illustrated and annotated version of James Joyce's seminal novel, ULYSSES, the iPad was just a gleam in Apple's Co-founder, Steve Job's eye. What they didn't foresee was Apple's reaction to a few illustrations and the universal media outcry that forced Apple to reconsider their policy about content in the thousands of apps offered in their app store.
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ULYSSES SEEN, an app that looks like a comic book but is supported by scholarly annotation
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