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Subject:Editing and the Internet From:Giselle Weiss <gweiss -at- CAMTWH -dot- ERIC -dot- ON -dot- CA> Date:Fri, 11 Nov 1994 15:00:11 -0500
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,