1) First of all, I look for some online retailers/bookstores (if any) that accepts .exe formats.
However, my "wild idea" is now quite comparable with the current Epub version 3.0 which facilitate embedment of multimedia elements and as such, it is not too difficult (already tested on Sigil). This appeared me very promising in first instance but, .epub itself without any security features like password, it is freely distributable and Epub readers are also readily available. And thus very much prone to piracy.
2) In spite of that, are the ebooks in .epub format used for commercial distribution ? Do the DRM is effective to control (comparable with paswword security) free distributions ?
3) or, .epub is just an intermediary for other propreitory formats (e.g. Amazon Kindle, Kobo, Nook etc) ? [ Notably, many such retailers have formats different from Epub and needs seperate compilation even].
I solicit valued advise from the members.
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