Journal Prices: Citing electronic media

Sun Feb 20 18:24:20 EST 1994

In article <94049.104457FORSDYKE at QUCDN.QueensU.CA>, <FORSDYKE at QUCDN.QueensU.CA> writes:
> "stuff deleted"
I agree that the use of the e-medium to transmit information is very
under-utilized.  I do have a concern that the quality of information may be
overrun by the quantity if e-medium cites were allowed.  As with most things
there are ways to work these matters out.  A group could be set up with several
moderators who could act as "editor/review" for focused topics.  Articles could
be sent out to other "e-reviewers" before posting.  Currently the type of
material which could appear on e-medium is somewhat limited due to presentation
difficulties.  I do not have extensive experience in the area of Unix and
X-mosaic but this appears to have great potential--again from what I
understand.  This type of discussion could lead to a better understanding of
what the potential and limits are for an e-journal.
David DeGroote
better e-mail address is DEGROOTE at TIGGER.STCLOUD.MSUS.EDU
NOT Q00001   

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