The (Internet) dream in over

Wilson, Andy
November 2003
Vision Systems Design;Nov2003, Vol. 8 Issue 11, p44
Presents views on the quality of company materials being released in the Web. Method used by editors during the early days of trade publishing to gather information from top companies; Quality of the informative press releases; Result of a not properly documented products.


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