The Ultimate Multimedia Handbook

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Jessica Keyes
McGraw Hill, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 1024 pages
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Extensively updated and expanded to reach a wide audience hungry for information in the far-reaching field of multimedia, this new edition includes more than 20 chapters on Netscape Communications, multimedia on the Internet, the WWW, HTML and Java.

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This voluminous reference work contains information on all things multimedia: 3D, CD-ROM, Internet, security, text, graphics, sound, virtual reality, and authoring. It is not an introductory text, but ... Read full review


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Keyes, President of New Art Technologies, New York City, NY. She has a Master's degree from New York University where she did research in the area of artificial intelligence.

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