I am currently in the process of downloading the "final" cover art for the book at this very moment. After that, it's just a matter of a few Photoshop tweaks to get the text arranged just the way I want it.
I've finalized the design/layout of the interior of the book. I've used OpenOffice for the entire project and I couldn't be happier with the ease-of-use and flexibility that it offers. It's free to download, so there's no reason not to give it a try. It has definitely come a long way in the last couple of versions.
So, a minor rework to the preface that I've been putting off and that concludes the interior contents of the book. That means it's off to the publisher soon. Woohoo! Finally!
I've pretty well settled on using a Creative Commons license for the entirety of the text. That means that while you will be able to purchase a "real" soft-cover version if you choose, you will also be able to download and share the entire book freely in an electronic format. I think that type of license is a natural fit for this project. I'd love to hear any feedback on giving the book away for free versus using a tightly controlled "All Rights Reserved" license.