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Cd Rom the New Papyrus: The Current and Future State of the Art e-book

Author:

Suzanne Ropiequet,William H. Gates,Steve Lambert

Language:

English

Category:

IT

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1641 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Microsoft Press; First Edition edition (April 1, 1986)

Pages:

619

ISBN:

0914845748

Cd Rom the New Papyrus: The Current and Future State of the Art e-book

by Suzanne Ropiequet,William H. Gates,Steve Lambert


The Current and Future State of the Art-a compendium of newly commissioned and previously published articles on the state of the art of CD ROM. It examines hardware, software, applications, user interface, publishing.

The Current and Future State of the Art-a compendium of newly commissioned and previously published articles on the state of the art of CD ROM. It examines hardware, software, applications, user interface, publishing systems and marketing. A book for the historian. com User, September 26, 2009.

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1. Cd Rom the New Papyrus: The Current and Future State of the Art Lambert, Steve; Ropiequet, Suzanne and Gates, William H. ISBN 10: 0914845748 ISBN 13: 9780914845744. 2.

Lambert, Steve, E. Ropiequet, Suzanne, Ed. This compendium of 44 articles written by leading authorities provides an in-depth and instructive overview of CD ROM (Compact Disk-Read Only Memory). This compendium of 44 articles written by leading authorities provides an in-depth and instructive overview of CD ROM (Compact Disk-Read Only Memory) for both the professional and the newcomer to the field. Three articles serve as an introduction to the book: (1) "As We May Think," Vannevar Bush; (2) "Finally It Works-Now It Must 'Play in Peoria,'" David C. Miller; and (3) "CD ROM and Videodisc: Lessons to Be Learned," Rockley L. Miller.

Lambert, Steve; Ropiequet, Suzanne, eds. (1986). CD ROM - The New Papyrus: The current and future state of the art". "A Cook's Guide to Chicago"". Retrieved 12 June 2013. Graham, Jim. ""Train to Christmas Town" Coming to Santa Cruz for the Holiday Season".

Steve Lambert, Suzanne Ropiequet. The Current and Future State of the Art-a compendium of newly commissioned and previously published articles on the state of the art of CD ROM.

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Wnex
I read parts of this book 23 years ago. It was written in the brief interlude between the invention of the CD and the development of the World Wide Web, when email was still novel and hypertext was theoretical.

In those days, the CD promised a revolution in publishing, an inexpensive way to deliver vast amounts of knowledge and instructional multimedia.

If I remember correctly, Bill Gates Sr. (THE Gates father) wrote the foreword.

Every historian of the information age will want a copy of this book.
Modimeena
Yes, this book is fascinating for two reasons: historically, to read where the authors thought CDs would go and how wrong they turned out to be, and for detailed and quite readable descriptions of the technology -- servo control, error correction, and data coding schemes. While the book is obsolete historically, every CD and DVD made today uses the same concepts shown here, and they have proved to be quite reliable. It's the best consumer-level explanation of how CDs work that I have seen.
Xaluenk
This book changed my life. I found it in a Portland, Maine bookstore....marked down, not once, but twice and I bought it for $5.99. After reading it, I told my soon-to-be wife: "we're moving to San Francisco" (that's where most of the people doing interactive media were at that time). All these years later, I've gone from CD-ROM design to Web design to Application design and now Web App design but the fundamental ideas of 'interaction design' still ring true.

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