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  Augmented reading: the present and future of electronic scientific publications
Montuschi P., Benso A. Computer 47(1): 64-74, 2014.  Type: Article

The traditional reading experience is changing with new information technologies making multimedia content converge with publishing. It becomes noticeably true with augmented reality, in which publishers try to connect various multimed...

Sep 25 2014
  Electronic publishing on CD-ROM
Cunningham S., Rosebush J., O’Reilly & Associates, Inc., Sebastopol, CA, 1996.  Type: Book (9781565922099)

A decade or so ago, the phrase “electronic publishing” was used by anyone who used a computer to generate a book or other document. Others insisted that the term should be used only for a final product in electronic...

Oct 1 1997
  Basic desktop design and layout
Collier D., Cotton B., North Light Books, Cincinnati, OH, 1989.  Type: Book (9789780891342854)

Collier and Cotton use examples to teach the trades of typography, layout, page design, and preprint composition. They profess to aim this book toward desktop publishing, but their technical and marketing knowledge of this field are so...

Dec 1 1990
  Desktop publishing: type and graphics--a comprehensive handbook
McClelland D., Danuloff C., Harcourt Brace &’ Co., Orlando, FL, 1987.  Type: Book (9789780156252980)

The authors’ basic premises are that documents must attract attention and convey information. Their specific discussions relate to Apple’s Macintosh and Adobe’s PostScript (which were actually used to prod...

Aug 1 1989
  The ethics of automated publishing systems (a response to Dr. Brockmann)
James G., MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1988.  Type: Book (9789780262022750)

The title of this chapter is slightly misleading; I think the author is addressing professional practices in desktop publishing, not the ethics of the documenter. Nevertheless, the chapter is short, well written, and direct....

Mar 1 1989
  Exploring the connections between improved technology--workstation and desktop publishing and improved methodology--document databases
Brockmann R., MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1988.  Type: Book (9789780262022750)

This chapter discusses a methodology required to fully exploit desktop and workstation publishing technologies. The basis of this discussion is the use of Geoffrey James’s “declarative formatting,” in whic...

Mar 1 1989
  Contexts--a partitioning concept for hypertext
Delisle N., Schwartz M. ACM Transactions on Information Systems 5(2): 168-186, 1987.  Type: Article

Hypertext is a system that exhibits structure in documents, or document sets, by using links between related text elements or text portions. These links can be followed to construct particular text revisions and to display relationship...

Nov 1 1988
  Desktop publishing skills: a primer for typesetting with computer and laser printer
Felici J., Nace T., Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Co., Inc., Boston, MA, 1987.  Type: Book (9789780201115376)

A book on publishing skills should demonstrate the use of those skills. This one does. The page design is clear, open, and inviting to read. The illustrations are positioned well and add to the text. Both authors are technical writers ...

Feb 1 1988
  The dictionary of Old English and the final design of its computer system
diPaolo Healey A. Computers and the Humanities 19(4): 245-249, 1985.  Type: Article

This paper describes the search for a computer system capable of “text-editing and fast publishing” with the ability to include “a special alphabet or special character sets” and text of R...

Mar 1 1987
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