Publishers Dive Into Ebook Waters With Release Of Digital College Textbooks This Spring And Summer
- Backlists provide e-pportunities. Feldman, Gayle // Crain's New York Business;08/21/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 34, p36
Reports on publishing companies' announcement of ventures to publish books electronically. Profit opportunities presented by popular backlist titles; Formation of a joint venture between Microsoft Corp. and barnesandnoble.com; Author Stephen King's pioneering of self-publishing efforts on the...
- Your magazine and the Web. Marlatt, Andrew // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management;11/1/99, Vol. 28 Issue 14, p55
Discusses how far publishers can go online to please readers without alienating advertisers. Managing advertising relationships; Mastering the commerce play; Creating content that sustains subscriptions; Partnering to extend reach. INSET: E-commerce options, pro and con..
- Dummies vs. complete idiots. Dobie, Maureen // Indiana Business Magazine;Dec97, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p6
Focuses on how Indiana became the world's computer publishing capital. Number of books written specifically for dummies and idiots; Two publishing companies that conducts computer publishing operations in Indiana; Success stories of the two companies.
- The Digital Object Identifier (DOI). Simmonds, Albert W. // Publishing Research Quarterly;Summer99, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p10
Provides information on the Digital Object Identifier (DOI), an initiative that grew out of discussions on electronic publishing. Key to understanding the significance of the DOI as an initiative; Parts that are included in the syntax of DOI; Issue on how to incorporate users into the DOI system.
- Publish@rs: Where Do You Want to Go Tomorrow? Silberberger, Holger; Ziegler, Marc // Publishing Research Quarterly;Fall2000, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p29
Provides information on a Diebold study, which examined the factors in incorporating internet potentials into a publishing company's overall strategy. Categories of publishing genres; Developments in the publishing industry; Pillars of online publishing.
- Shifting away from proprietary systems. // Seybold Report on Publishing Systems;04/30/99, Vol. 28 Issue 15, p11
Focuses on the shift away from proprietary systems in publishing. Development of systems for newspapers; Definition of proprietary; Workflow issues; Solutions based on desktop technology.
- Color proofing: New low-end activity stirs the pot faster. Dyson; Tribute, Peter E. // Seybold Report on Publishing Systems;09/27/99, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p5
Focuses on color proofing as presented at the 1999 Seybold San Francisco, California. Product launches; Introduction of ink-jet proofers that can meet customer expectations for contract proofing; Proofing technologies. INSET: The contract controversy..
- Print E-management service grows by stealth marketing. // Seybold Report on Publishing Systems;03/12/2001, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p9
Reports on the growth of e-management service. E-Lynxx e-management system; Access to all systems functions.
- Zero Hours and Counting. Felici, James // Seybold Report on Internet Publishing;Jan2000, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p20
Focuses on Paris, France-based Editions 00h00.com's online publishing strategy. Options offered to customers in ordering books; Function as a publications distributor; Online publications; Delivery system used for online titles.