Edelman, Russ
May 2009
Infonomics (1942-5910);May/Jun2009, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p62
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the adoption of different technological advances in the publishing industry in the U.S. He cites the statement of Tim O'Reilly, founder of the O'Reilly Publishing, regarding the different roles played by publishing companies, as well as different technologies released by Amazon, Sony and Google for the industry. He points out the significance of the development of technological advances in sustaining the life of publishing throughout the next generation.


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