Re: Battle between paper and cyber version
Jul 27, 1997 11:27 AM
At 01:07 PM 7/27/97 -0400, Drpsionic@aol.com wrote:
>No publisher in his right mind is going to put something on the internet as
>long as it can sell in print. The moment it goes online, the copyright is an
>unenforceable dead letter and even the material is in public domain, there is
>no rational economic incentive to do so.
>Chuck the Heretic
I agree. But McGraw Hill is having a pilot program in which they are putting
a couple of their computer publications on-line 3 months before the hard
copy is going to be available.
This whole issue of Internet publication has to be evolve and how it is
going to happen I do not know. On the other hand, for unknown and rookie
writers who cannot find a publisher or cannot afford to self publish print
version, Internet publication may be *the* only means of publishing.
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