When slow things happen to good products

Guenette, David R.
December 1997
EMedia Professional;Dec97, Vol. 10 Issue 12, p8
Academic Journal
Comments on the need to boost Compact Disc-Recordable's (CD-R) pervasive presence as a computer storage and publishing peripheral. CD-R's current market activities; Reasons for CD-R's still-pending explosion; Proper assessment of sales results and public perceptions; Competing devices.


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