Book Kernel: simply put

This blog post explains what Book Kernel does in the clearest possible way

Prompted by a conversation on Twitter, I've set myself the task of explaining exactly what we at Book Kernel do but in the simplest terms possible.

When on the inside of something this is never easy but I took a long walk today and thought it over. Wish me luck because here goes.

We make books from a live experience and get them to you before that experience has ended.
We can reprint them for you too.

That is as succinct as I can put it at the moment and here's the explanation: there's much more to Book Kernel than simple event-based printing; we want to enable all writers, readers, and editors to make more books of anything and everything at anytime; that latter part's just harder to explain.

We can make books of your whole social-month; your year; your concept; your portfolio; your whatever.
We will let you make books.
We want everyone to make books.
You make them, we'll print them.

Like I said, that latter part's just harder to explain and will take a good while longer.