Reading and Writing the Electronic Book

  title={Reading and Writing the Electronic Book},
  author={N. Yankelovich and N. Meyrowitz and A. V. Dam},
  • N. Yankelovich, N. Meyrowitz, A. V. Dam
  • Published 1985
  • Computer Science
  • Computer
  • lectronic books" y books creates a ork for critically ex_omputer's role in docuation and presentation. Iectronic document systems ectly comparable to paper the two nevertheless serve a r of common purposes. Both used as sources of information, as earning devices, and as mechanisms for communication between people who are distant in time or place. By considering the strengths and weaknesses of paper and electronic documents, it is possible to formulate a set of capabilities that electronic… CONTINUE READING
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