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Subject:Re: Editing and the Internet From:Sonina Velasquez <tscom009 -at- DUNX1 -dot- OCS -dot- DREXEL -dot- EDU> Date:Sun, 13 Nov 1994 17:31:56 -0500
The article sounds interesting. I'll try to find it at the Drexel
University Library, but can you save a struggling grad-student,
project-overloaded worker on deadline, who is panicking about finding a
20lb turkey and preparing all the fixings woman some time by giving her a
summary. What is it about? Can you provide "the editor in the fetal
position" with a one paragraph abstract?
tscom009 -at- dunx1 -dot- ocs -dot- drexel -dot- edu
> It would be hard for me to get my hands on this magazine.
> Would it be too much to ask for a fax of the article?
> You could fax it to me at IEEE Computer Society, Dick Price,
> fax 1-714-821-4010. In either case, thanks for the info.
> dprice -at- computer -dot- org
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>Subject: Editing and the Internet
>Author: TECHWR-L -at- VM1 -dot- ucc -dot- okstate -dot- edu@INTERNET at CCROUTER
>Date: 11/11/94 3:00 PM
>You may want to take a look at an excellent article by Douglas
>Kincade and Lauren Oppenheim in the July 1994 issue of
>_Scholarly Publishing_, "Marking It Up as We Go Along: Into
>Editorial Production's Electronic Future" (Princeton University
>Press as a case study; *very* readable). [Vol. 25, no. 4,