iPREPpress and Merriam-Webster Release iPod Dictionary

New partnership provides a series of high quality reference content for the

05 April 2006 — Washington Crossing, PA — iPREPpress and Merriam-Webster
today announced the release of Merriam Webster’s Pocket Dictionary for the
iPod, the first all-text brand-named dictionary for the iPod. The
downloadable dictionary includes 40,000 words and their definitions, a
pronunciation guide, abbreviation guide, and a Handbook of Style.

“For the first time, iPod users on the go can instantly access a wealth of
language information,” said Kurt Goszyk, founder of iPREPpress. “The
partnership between iPREPpress and the premier publisher of dictionaries,
Merriam-Webster, sets the foundation for further development of
high-quality reference content for the iPod.”

“Merriam-Webster is pleased to work with iPREPpress to offer our
dictionaries and thesauruses to iPod users,” said James Withgott, Vice
President and Associate Publisher, Merriam-Webster Inc. “iPREPpress has
created an exciting new way to deliver Merriam-Webster’s best-selling
language titles in a convenient, easy-to-use format.”

Under the partnership, the companies will produce a series of quality
portable references for the iPod over the next two months, including:
Merriam-Webster’s Pocket Thesaurus, Merriam-Webster’s Rhyming Dictionary
for song and hip-hop writers, Merriam-Webster’s Pocket Atlas, and The
Merriam-Webster Dictionary of Quotations.

Merriam-Webster’s Pocket Dictionary is available for download to the iPod
from iPREPpress. It features simple scroll and click navigation to search
for over 40,000 words and their definitions. Users search for words on the
iPod through a hierarchical menu and hyperlinked structure. Users can
listen to their favorite tunes in the background while viewing dictionary
entries on-screen. The dictionary will sell regularly for $14.95 but is
available for a limited time at an introductory price of $9.95. More
information about the dictionary is available at
(http://www.ipreppress.com/Pages/Reference/MWPocket.htm). Note to media:
complimentary downloadable review copies are available for qualified media
upon request.

Merriam-Webster, Incorporated
Merriam-Webster Inc. acquired the rights to revise and publish Noah
Webster’s dictionaries in 1843. Since then, Merriam-Webster has maintained
an ongoing commitment to innovation, scholarship, and love of language.
Today, the company continues as the leader in both print and electronic
language reference publishing with reference products, learning tools, and
word games. For more information, visit Merriam-Webster OnLine at

About iPREPpress
Washington Crossing, PA-based iPREPpress offers best-of-breed content
formatted specially for the iPod. A wide range of content from branded
study guides and travel guides to important national documents, sports and
entertainment is available via download. The iPod is a powerful tool that
can make educational material fun and convenient to access. Unlike audio
versions of classical literature, iPREPpress provides text and graphics
hyperlinks that bring highly readable text and easy navigation to the iPod,
turning it into a PDA-like experience. iPREPpress LLC is a privately held
company founded by Kurt Goszyk, former CTO, Franklin Electronic Publishers.
Visit iPREPpress at www.ipreppress.com.