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Adobe has announced that beginning April 21, 2004 the company will discontinue Adobe FrameMaker software for the Apple Macintosh operating system.

Posted Mar 26, 2004

Blast Radius has closed its XMetaL acquisition agreement with Corel. On February 6, 2004, Blast Radius had announced its intention to acquire all assets of Corel's XMetaL division.

Posted Mar 23, 2004

Centra, a provider of specialized application software and services for online business collaboration, and Corporate TeleLink Network (CTN), a distance education and production services network for the energy industry, have announced a partnership that will deliver Centra's online collaboration solutions to energy companies in the CTN network as part of a new offering.

Posted Mar 19, 2004

The UK Serials Group has selected EBSCO's MetaPress to host its title, Serials.

Posted Mar 19, 2004

Arial Software has announced the availability of Zeop, its free online email subscription processing tool. Zeop is designed to give webmasters the means to build permission email lists from any Web site by placing a Zeop form on their site.

Posted Mar 16, 2004

NXTbook Media, a provider of dynamic multimedia digital publishing solutions, has announced that the United States Golf Association (USGA) has launched an online digital version of its new spring 2004 catalog using NXTbook technology, a Web-based ereading application developed by NXTbook Media.

Posted Mar 16, 2004

Safari Books Online, a joint venture between technology book publishing giants O’Reilly and Pearson Technologies, has managed to succeed in the ebook market where so many others have failed.

Posted Mar 15, 2004

Back in the days of print domination, there were basically two choices an author had to publish content: Try to garner the interest of a big publisher or do it yourself. But times have changed and so has the definition of publisher.

Posted Mar 10, 2004

The academic world has been particularly traumatized by the rising costs of the traditional publishing paradigm. Every university and college is constrained by these challenges, but few have attempted to reinvent the wheel. The University of California is one of those few.

Posted Mar 10, 2004

Isilon Systems, a provider of intelligent clustered storage systems for digital content, has announced that FotoKem, a film and video post production company, has purchased and deployed Isilon IQ for its work on major motion picture films.

Posted Mar 02, 2004

OverDrive, Inc. has announced plans to allow digital audio books to be made available for download by patrons in Windows Media format as part of its Digital Library Reserve service.

Posted Feb 27, 2004

Arbortext, a provider of automated publishing software, has announced that Calvert School Education Services has selected its software to create and deliver customized lessons, workbooks, and other materials to students, educators, parents, and administrators.

Posted Feb 27, 2004

XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and enterprise publishing software, has announced that Tax Analysts, a tax publisher, has selected XyEnterprise's XML Professional Publisher (XPP) to automate the publishing of its tax publications.

Posted Feb 13, 2004

Texterity, Inc., has announced that AIS (Affordable Interior Systems, Inc.), a manufacturer of mid-market systems furniture products, is offering its catalog on the Web using Texterity's Published Web Format for Catalogs.

Posted Feb 13, 2004

TotalWorks, a provider of enterprise-publishing solutions, has announced the initial customer deployment of an enhanced version of Publishing Pro.

Posted Feb 06, 2004

For better or worse, publishers choosing an ejournal hosting provider today have many options and capabilities to choose from that weren’t available in the first generation. The rapidly changing landscape also means that publishers should reassess their ejournal delivery method to evaluate new opportunities every two to three years. The need to address rising user expectations, continual technological developments, and powerful new standards means every econtent provider in the library market can gain insights directed to journal publishers.

Posted Feb 03, 2004

CambridgeDocs has announced the Linux versions of its xDoc Content Transformation Server (xCTS).

Posted Jan 30, 2004

XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and enterprise publishing software, has announced that GEX, Incorporated (GEX), a service provider for commercial publishers of textbooks, journals, and reference materials, has implemented XyEnterprise's XML Professional Publisher (XPP) to automate its publishing operations.

Posted Jan 30, 2004

Ephox has introduced enhancements to their browser-based authoring software products - EditLive! for Windows 3.0 and EditLive! for Java 3.0.

Posted Jan 30, 2004

Arbortext has announced that NCCI Holdings, Inc. has selected its software to automate the process of capturing, assembling and publishing workers compensation information to NCCI constituents.

Posted Jan 27, 2004

ScholarOne, Inc. and The IEE (Institution of Electrical Engineers) have announced that Manuscript Central has been chosen for the society's 14 journals, including its Proceedings series.

Posted Jan 23, 2004

Infodata Systems Inc., a provider of IT solutions for content management, has announced the upcoming release of its next generation of the AnnoDoc content review application.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

Altova Inc., producer of the XMLSPY XML (eXtensible Mark-up Language) development environment, has announced the availability of its Professional Services offerings designed to speed the adoption of strategic XML applications.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

2003 has been the “year of content,” and 2004 promises even more excitement. By content I mean a “book-like collection of related information objects;” “book-like” because nearly all content carries some of the attributes of books.

Posted Dec 12, 2003

Syntext, Inc. has announced general availability of Serna, a WYSIWYG XML (extensible mark-up language) editor.

Posted Dec 09, 2003

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