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Software for PDF Workflows is Already Emerging
November 1, 1998

By Rose Blessing The following are just a few of the many PDF-related tools shown at Seybold San Francisco. www.acquiredknowledge.com EZ-PDF, from Acquired Knowledge With EZ-PDF, a prepress pro can set up PDF Distiller menu settings for a client's typical work and "package" them for the clients to use. EZ-PDF also includes pre-defined styles for common types of work such as digital advertising, large-format output or Web viewing. EZ-PDF can be configured to accept and/or automatically fill in job ticket information, according to the Portable Job Ticket Format specification defined by Adobe Systems. www.adobe.com Adobe PostScript Extreme, from Adobe Extreme is an extensible systems

PDF Takes Center Stage
November 1, 1998

by Tatyana Sinioukov Seybold Seminars program director Thad McIlroy, Arcadia House, highlights key issues of PDF workflows Adobe's Portable Document Format (PDF), the new golden child of the publishing industry, was a hot topic at Seybold in San Francisco in September. As PDF workflows are being implemented in various ways by industry pioneers, many agree that PDF stands a very good chance of becoming the standard for digital workflows in the near future. PDF, says Thad McIlroy, president of the San Francisco-based Arcadia House and program director, Seybold Seminars, will have a profound impact on the efficiency and profitability of workflows. A major advantage

Publishers Appeal GSU Copyright Case
December 31, 1969 at 7:00 pm

For the second time in eight years of contentious litigation, three academic publishers have appealed a key fair use decision involving the use of unlicensed digitized course readings on college campuses to the U.S. Court of Appeals.

Publishers Lose Another Round in GSU Copyright Case
December 31, 1969 at 7:00 pm

Judge Orinda Evans has once again rejected the publisher plaintiffs’ bid for sweeping injunctive relief in the Georgia State University e-reserves case, and affirmed that the plaintiffs must also pay GSU's legal costs.

Disappointing Holiday Sales Contribute to B&N's Down Q3
December 31, 1969 at 7:00 pm

Barnes & Noble reported an 8.0% decline in third quarter sales. The retailer said that, with trends softening, it was lowering its revenue and earnings projections for the fiscal year ending in April.

Buyer's Guide: Ebook Conversion Strategies Buoyed by Vendor Partnerships
December 31, 1969 at 7:00 pm

In the early days of the digital revolution, vendors were often the only ones who knew how to do that work. As they struggled to make the transition from print to digital, publishers had to rely on that. It worked then and it still does. It's how the vast majority of digital publications are made.

Glossary of Metadata Terms
December 31, 1969 at 7:00 pm

Here’s a handy metadata glossary with some important terms and organizations so you too can speak fluent Metadata! These terms are selected from the glossary of The Metadata Handbook.

A Foundation For the Future
December 31, 1969 at 7:00 pm

IDPF's Bill McCoy discusses why he sees great opportunity for EPUB to enhance digital publishing and who may find success in a post-paper world.

Wiley Aims For Intelligent Digital Content
December 31, 1969 at 7:00 pm

Book Business spoke with Sesha Bolisetty to learn how Wiley Global Education has developed under his leadership and to discuss the future of the education publishing sector.

Creators of Web Comic to Fund The Monster Alphabet Book Through Kickstarter
December 31, 1969

When I found out I was going to become a father, I wrote The Monster Alphabet. I wanted a book to read to my son that was filled with nerdy delight, and came up with an alphabet based off the monsters of legend. Initially, I wasn't sure what to do with it. I asked my art partner, Obsidian, if he'd be interested in drawing it, but time was a serious issue for us.