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View Resource PR Newswire (PRN)

Once offered only to its members and to subscribers of fee-based online retrieval services, PR Newswire is now freely available on the Internet. Users of the site may choose to view the day's 100 most recent stories, search by keyword, or browse by industry type, company name, ticker symbol, or state. Of particular interest to Internauts is the "Industry Focus: Technology" page (available from the...

https://www.prnewswire.com/
View Resource The Future Information Structure in Economics

In an attempt to "start a debate in our profession," William L. Goffe and Robert P. Parks have recently uploaded "The Future Information Structure in Economics" to the Economics Working Paper Archive at Washington University at St. Louis. Although the paper uses the Economics profession as an example, the points it raises can be applied to almost any academic subject. The paper discusses the...

https://econpapers.repec.org/paper/wpawuwpmi/9605001.htm
View Resource PaperPersists: Why Physical Library Collections Still Matter

This article, provided by Walt Crawford of the Research Libraries Group in Online's January 1998 issue, makes a powerful argument that paper will continue to be an indispensible information medium in the forseeable future for both libraries and people in general. Among its conclusions: future information will be available in paper, electronic, linear and hypertext formats, and libraries will...

http://www.ampersandcom.com/GeorgeLeposky/crawford1.html
View Resource Writers Write: The Write Resource

This site, provided by Writers Write, Inc., hosts a wealth of information for practicing or would-be writers, publishers, and editors. The main Writers Write site contains numerous writing resources, including guidelines to paying and nonpaying online publications, writing and publishing news, message boards, and job listings.

https://www.writerswrite.com/
View Resource Usability.gov

This resource is designed to help those who create and maintain Websites ensure that those sites are usable and stable. The site was put together by the National Cancer Institute (NCI), originally for use by NCI staff, but the Institute decided to make the site publicly accessible since many principles of good design and usability are generally applicable to most Websites. The resources here span...

https://www.usability.gov/
View Resource Rights-L: Digital Rights Management Listserv

This new mailing list stemmed from discussions on digital rights management (DRM) at the Managing Digital Video workshop held this past August in Atlanta, Georgia. The list is designed to provide a forum "to discuss possible cooperative development of a DRM implementation for R&E, and to enable workshop participants to communicate about work being conducted in this area." Some of the first...

http://listserv.utk.edu/archives/rights-l.html
View Resource EBONI: Electronic Textbook Design Guidelines

A project of the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), EBONI's Electronic Textbook Design Guidelines is a list of baseline standards for the design of hypertext books. Created by Ruth Wilson and Monica Landoni of the Computer and Information Science Department at the University of Strathclyde, UK, the guidelines were established to encourage the use of styles and techniques that have been...

http://ebooks.cis.strath.ac.uk/eboni/guidelines/
View Resource BookWire

BookWire, "the first place to look for book information on the world wide web," offers many literary and publishing sites, including the Hungry Mind Review and the Boston Book Review, as well as links to publishers, authors, and booksellers.

https://www.bookwire.com/
View Resource Diffusion

Since the advent of the internet, a number of artists and related organizations have become interested in utilizing the web to promulgate new forms of artistic creation and their subsequent dissemination. Supported by the Arts Council of England, these Diffusion eBooks are essentially pdf files that readers can download, print out and make into booklets. As the site suggests, "the Diffusion format...

http://diffusion.org.uk/
View Resource Postmodern Culture

Somehow it is not surprising that a journal titled Postmodern Culture would find a home on the Internet, which itself is a bricoleur of many different forms and styles, akin to the very notion of postmodernism. Located online since 1990, Postmodern Culture "has become the leading electronic journal of interdisciplinary thought on contemporary cultures." The journal itself is published by The Johns...

http://pmc.iath.virginia.edu/
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