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Tag Archives: Publishing
An visual chart in the current Newsweek sums up many of the changes we have seen over the past decade: Exactly How Much Are The Times A-Changin’? The categories that are in decline speak volumes: The US Postal Service is … Continue reading
If you are involved with the selection or ordering process, then you are very likely to be familiar with searching for items by the International Standard Book Number, or ISBN. The newer, 13-digit ISBN is actually based on the European … Continue reading
Peter Murray has an incredibly good selection of links about the Google Book Search Settlement on the Disruptive Library Technology Jester blog. Really. Spend some time perusing them.
Ever hear of the Australasian Journal of Bone and Joint Medicine? Sounds official, as well as medically specific. Did you know it was published by Elsevier? That is is Peer Reviewed? And that it published an article on the effectiveness … Continue reading
Self-Publishers Flourish as Writers Pay the Tab is an article in today’s New York Times on how this one area of publishing is booming, while it seems all other areas are scaling back. The headline itself doesn’t quite fit the … Continue reading