Digital Convergence: How the Merging of Computers, Communications, and Multimedia Transforming Our Lives

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Aegis Publishing Group, 2000 - Reference - 234 pages
The tools of human interaction--images, video, sound and text--can now be digitally transmitted, stored, combined and manipulated in ingenious ways that are still being discovered and perfected.

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Covell is the director of information technology at the Syracuse University School of Management, responsible for technology planning, development, and support. He is a regular contributor to Network Computing magazine and a former columnist for WorkGroup Computing Quarterly. He is also president of University Technology Associates, a network computing consulting frim.

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