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New communication technologies interact with cultures in subtle ways. Publishing used to be a fairly top-down affair. But the Internet and email have permanently transformed that familiar relationship between readers and editors.

Posted Sep 06, 2004

HighWire Press, Stanford University's electronic journal development and hosting service, has recently opened a direct pipeline Internet connection with CERNET, the China Education and Research Network.

Posted Aug 31, 2004

Cadmus Communications Corporation has announced that Lafayette College in Easton, PA has selected its 3Path and dPub technology solutions to distribute the digital version of the Lafayette Viewbook to prospective students.

Posted Aug 27, 2004

Gallatin Technologies, Inc. has added new functionality to its flagship IBM Lotus Notes and Domino application, kNEWS Professional.

Posted Aug 27, 2004

netomat, inc., a provider of communication software and network-based art, has announced Web-based software that is designed to allow anyone to create collaborative Web pages in three steps.

Posted Aug 27, 2004

Publisher John Wiley & Sons, Inc. has announced the September 2004 launch of its latest two collections of digitized journal libraries – the Chemistry Backfile Collection and the Materials Science Backfile Collection.

Posted Aug 20, 2004

Oxford Journals, a division of Oxford University Press (OUP) has signed an agreement for Stanford University's HighWire Press to host its entire journals collection, beginning January 2005.

Posted Aug 20, 2004

Ektron Inc., has released eWebEditPro+XML version 4.2.

Posted Aug 20, 2004

Belus Technology has announced the new version of XStandard. XStandard is a standards-based WYSIWYG editor that can be used in Windows and browser-based content management systems to manage rich, multilingual content of any type.

Posted Aug 17, 2004

It would seem that traditional publishers have much to teach other types of organizations about the digital content mantra: Create once, use many. And what better way to use a CMS than to channel content into multiple outlets, allowing an initial expense to yield multiple revenue streams. But in reality, are traditional media companies deploying content management systems?

Posted Aug 16, 2004

Juniper Networks, Inc. has announced that Quad/Graphics, a privately held printer of magazines, catalogs, and other commercial products, has deployed NetScreen Secure Access 3000 SSL VPN appliances in an effort to create a secure extranet environment

Posted Aug 13, 2004

DataPower, a provider of intelligent XML-aware network devices, has announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (PTO) has awarded the company a patent covering its core technology.

Posted Aug 13, 2004

Wolfram Publicon, an integrated software solution for composing sophisticated technical documents, is now available from Wolfram Research.

Posted Aug 13, 2004

The Adobe PDF has become the de facto standard for distributing documents on the Web. Yet the story can’t simply end there, can it? Surely technology must find a way for digital publishing to evolve, and, in fact, there are a number of competing and complementary technologies on the market that push the digital delivery methodology well beyond the elementary PDF.

Posted Aug 11, 2004

NewsStand, Inc., a digital distributor of newspapers and magazines, has announced the availability of Keyword Linking, allowing unlimited access through hotlinks from its e-editions to Web content.

Posted Aug 10, 2004

Zinio Systems, Inc. has announced that NASA astronauts will now be able to upload digital issues of magazines to read on laptops using the Zinio Reader.

Posted Aug 03, 2004

Microsoft Corporation has announced the availability of telerik r.a.d.editor for Microsoft Content Management Server 2002 (MCMS).

Posted Aug 03, 2004

James Cuming, former general manager of content sales for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and a former director at news wire Australian Associated Press, has launched a new venture intended to help publishers of text and multimedia create new distribution lines and revenue.

Posted Jul 30, 2004

Quask, a provider of Web-based forms and survey software, has announced the launch of a free version of its Web forms and survey software.

Posted Jul 27, 2004

has announced the release of the XML Editor, version 4.2.

Posted Jul 20, 2004

It’s enterprise everything these days. With the exception of gadgets, start big and get bigger seems to be the American way. But Macromedia took a different approach with its products from the start. It focused first on the single user with a need to create an attractive site. Then, with its Contribute product, Macromedia stepped up its offerings to teams and small businesses that wanted to more easily create and update site content. A few weeks ago, the company officially tossed its hat into the enterprise ring with the introduction of its Macromedia Web Publishing System. As much a strategy as a solution, the System combines new versions of Contribute and FlashPaper with Studio MX 2004, and adds Macromedia Contribute Publishing Services to unify and empower the suite to scale up to meet the needs of organization-wide deployments.

Posted Jul 20, 2004

Bluestream Database Software Corp., a provider of XML data solutions for content management, elearning, health care, and legacy system applications, has announced the release of its XStreamDB 3.1 native XML DBMS.

Posted Jul 16, 2004

Belus Technology has announced version 1.3 of its standards-based XHTML WYSIWYG editor for Windows and browser-based content management systems that support ActiveX.

Posted Jul 16, 2004

Arbortext, Inc. has announced that Wolters Kluwer has standardized on Arbortext’s XML-based software for its publishing initiatives throughout its companies in Europe, North America, and Asia Pacific.

Posted Jul 09, 2004

Emerald Group Publishing Limited has launched the beta version of its new Emerald Management Xtra.

Posted Jul 09, 2004

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