See the future today

Mutter, John
May 1994
Publishers Weekly;5/2/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 18, p94
Trade Publication
Reports on the multimedia titles on display at the American Booksellers' (ABA) 1994 annual convention and trade show in Los Angeles, California. DeLorme Mapping's `Street Atlas USA'; Dorling Kindersley's multimedia titles; Voyager's electronic `Expanded Book' series; Random House Reference and Electronic Publishing's media titles; Microsoft Press' CD-ROM titles; More.


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