The Columbia guide to digital publishing / edited by William E. Kasdorf.

What is metadata? When do you need to archive digital content? How does electronic publication affect copyrights? How can XML and PDF improve your workflow and your publications? There is a digital dimension to virtually all publishing today. Beyond the obvious electronic media -- the music and movi...

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Other Authors: Kasdorf, William E.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Columbia University Press, ©2003.
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Summary:What is metadata? When do you need to archive digital content? How does electronic publication affect copyrights? How can XML and PDF improve your workflow and your publications? There is a digital dimension to virtually all publishing today. Beyond the obvious electronic media -- the music and movies we take for granted, the increasingly indispensable Web, the eBooks that most of us will take for granted in a few years -- almost everything we read, even on paper, was produced digitally. This new digital world offers a steadily increasing number of choices. It is this rich and rapidly changing publishing environment for which The Columbia Guide to Digital Publishing was created. Although there is a vast amount of information on a host of topics relevant to digital production and publishing available -- some in print, more on the Web -- there has been, until now, no single resource to which those involved in any dimension of publishing could turn for guidance. The Columbia Guide to Digital Publishing fills that need. - Back cover.
Physical Description:lxi, 750 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 709-717) and index.
ISBN:0231124988
9780231124980
0231124996
9780231124997