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The Internet has considerably reinforced the relations between the authors and their readers. In fact, do authors still need publishers? Thanks to the Web, a writer can now post his work, sell it or discuss with his/her readers without any intermediary. ), multimedia products (Oval Office, The Writing Trek), and screenplays (Now, Moving to Mars). He is also vice president of Monday Morning Books, an educational publishing company located in Palo Alto, California. " MS: "For one thing, the Internet serves other print media.
In the Project Gutenberg's Newsletter of October 1997, Michael Hart wrote: "As university publishers struggle to find the right business model for offering scholarly documents on-line, some early innovators are finding that making a monograph available electronically can boost sales of hard copies. The National Academy Press has already put 1,700 of its books on-line, and is finding that the electronic versions of some books have boosted sales of the hard copy monographs - often by two to three times the previous level.
Many of these texts also have a paper version the cybernaut can buy if he prefers reading 500 pages lying on his sofa instead of reading them on the screen of his computer. Some texts or magazines are available on-line only. More and more newspapers and magazines have a website on which their readers can find the full text or abstracts of the latest issue, archives giving access to the previous issues, dossiers on various topics, etc. More and more library catalogs are available on-line. And most sites offer hyperlinks to other websites or documents on related subjects.
From the Print Media to the Internet by Marie-France Lebert