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Exploring e-Book Adopters’ Resistance to Giving Up Paper

Simultaneous use of an existing technology and its replacement is a new way of looking at innovation adoption. This study explores why the e-book adopter resists discontinuing the paper book.

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Reading Space: The Book and Architectural Documentation

This paper examines the contemporaneity of the book, within the realm of post-digital architectural drawing practice. The book as artefact is examined as an alternate architectural practice.

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Published online: August 1, 2014

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How Font APIs Are Changing Typography on the Web and Print: The Breaking of the Tyranny of Arial

Microsoft Word and HTML created layouts using one font. Font APIs are changing that. This paper looks at emerging font trends influenced by on-demand printing, globalization and Content Management Systems.

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Library Collections and Objecthood

Following Michael Fried’s theory concerning interactions with objects in “Art and Objecthood,” this paper investigates the emotional relationship that readers have to books and the effects on weeding library collections.

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Aggregating the Digital Distribution of Australian Small Publishers, 2010-13

This article analyses the Small Press Network's attempt to aggregate titles produced by Australian independent publishers. This case study is used as a means to reflect upon publishing in convergence.

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Between Library and Research Centre: Metadata, Text, and Criticism

A transdisciplinary practice among librarians, teachers, researchers has been implemented in the Faculty of Humanities, Lisbon University. Its results will be available in a website including bibliographic and critical data.

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Published online: May 2, 2014

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Before and After a Poet's Suicide: The Reception of Sylvia Plath

How and to what did Sylvia Plath's critics react before the knowledge of her tragic death became public and her name was associated with "A Glamour of Fatality"?

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Published online: May 2, 2014

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An Uneasy but Powerful Alliance: Faculty Use of E-books

A survey of the faculty at a small American university revealed faculty attitudes towards e-books provided by the library. Results inform development of a personalized training program for faculty.

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Published online: May 2, 2014

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The Greek Book in Crisis: Structural Deficiencies and Challenges

This paper compares the features and impact of the two major economic crises of the Great Recession of the 1930s and the current one, on the book sector in Greece.

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Published online: May 2, 2014

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E-books Could Send Third World Countries Back to the Dark Age

The papers discusses current advances in electronic book publishing, specifically the benefits to most people in the Westen world and the problems it poses for individuals in developing nations.

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Published online: April 11, 2014

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