Creator to Consumer in a Digital Age: Australian Book Production in Transition
Bill Cope, Dean Mason
Common Ground, 2001 - Computers - 292 pages
Creator to consumer in a digital age provides a snapshot of the Australian book production industry at the beginning of the new millennium. We find an industry in transition between the old economy of mass production, and the new technologically enhanced economy that enables mass customisation.
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