MacGlashan, Maureen
September 2011
Indexer;Sep2011, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p97
Academic Journal
The article reflects on the various topics related to indexing, including the journal's online index, production editor Susan Curran, and the novelist Arnold Bennett. Topics include the birthday of the computer indexing program MACREX, thanks to employee of the journal Terri Hudoba, and a response to the article "Key Words," by Judy Reveal, published in the July-September 2011 issue.


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