Norton on the web

Reid, Calvin
July 1995
Publishers Weekly;7/24/1995, Vol. 242 Issue 30, p11
Trade Publication
Reports that W.W. Norton launched its own World Wide Web site recent to July 24, 1995. Provision of basic information about the company and a complete catalog of books; JoAnn Schambier, Norton's software development manager as developer of the site.


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