|There are several iBook dedicated web resources already sprouting all over the web.
Eric Prentice at Macintoshguy.com has announced an e-mail mailing list for the iBook. According to Mr. Prentice:
Hello. I'm pleased to announce iBookList. The first, only, and largest e-mail discussion list for the new Apple iBook.
The iBook list began as "CPortList", a place for speculation about the Apple iBook nine months ago. "iBookList" was created as a place for iBook users and fans to discuss the issues that relate to buying, using, maintaining, and troubleshooting Apple's new iBook.
Sending a message to iBook-ON@themacintoshguy.com will begin subscription to the list.
Also, an iBook web site was announced yesterday called the iBookZone.com. According to Doug Landry of the PowerBookZone.com:
ibookzone.com, the first site dedicated completely to Apple's just-announced 'Consumer Portable,' has begun publication. Aiming to be the best source for information on the final piece of Apple's hardware strategy, iBook Zone will offer daily news, product reviews, tips, and tricks before, during, and after the iBook ships to consumers. ibookzone.com begins publication with a detailed hands-on report from an editor that actually used a production iBook hours before its introduction. ibookzone.com is brought to you by the same team that publishes The PowerBook Zone, but the two sites will be operated completely separate of each other.
These are, no doubt, the first of many iBook related web sites, fanzines, and other resources. We will be announcing them as we can.