JibJab brings kids’ ebooks to the iPad (images)
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ntJabJab, first known for its online songs of political satire in the 2004 Bush-Kerry campaign, is branching out into childrens ebooks for the iPad. In another sign that ebooks are the future, co-founders Gregg and Evan Spiridellis found that their children enjoyed reading ebooks on the iPad better than the traditional bound copies, so they decided to make their own.
ntThe JibJab ebooks are available on the iTunes app store.
ntTo personalize the book, select the name and skin tone of the “star.”
ntChoose the character to play the lead.
ntMake some final adjustments.
ntAnd see the results.
ntHere’s what a typical page looks like.
ntAnother personalized page.
ntThe Spiridelli brothers made headlines in 2004 when their comic video, This Land, spoofed both candidates and became an instant online hit.
ntYou can join their site and use your own photos to make your the star of popular movies such as this 1:56 version of Star Wars: The Empires Strikes Back.
ntJibJab also features ecards where in one of them several presidents will give congratulations.
ntOr you can show off your six pack in a Chippendale’s dance routine.