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Welcome to EPUb, the list for discussing how increased opportunities
for electronic publishing are affecting publishers, teachers, students
EPUB is a COSN discussion list; as such; let's follow some basic COSN
1) No flaming
2) No commercial announcements, even those related to electronic
3) No NEWS announcements--let's let Net-Happenings be the list for all
ed news, and keep this one as a discussion list.
4) A list for everyone-- As more and more educators and publishers
explore electronic tools, the same questions will recur. Let's not
make new people feel bad for being where some of us where a few weeks
or years ago. As the list evolves, we can develop a FAQ that will help
answer some questions; meanwhile, let's share in a positive spirit or
get off the list. Let the discussion begin, and welcome!
smernit -at- path -dot- net or smernit -at- aol -dot- com
The simplest way to stop a flamewar is to breathe deeply, swallow
your bile and just LET an idiot have the last word. - me
Daniel Walker - walker -at- usit -dot- net - Quark XPress (QUARKXPR) list co-owner
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