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RE: [jox] PDF/HTML

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I'd vote pdf only.
Professor Matthew Allen
Head of Department, Internet Studies
School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts
Curtin University of Technology, CRICOS 00301J Australia
m.allen <>  @netcrit
Australian Learning and Teaching Council Fellow
Life Member, Association of Internet Researchers


From: owner-journal on behalf of Mathieu ONeil
Sent: Thu 6/9/2011 7:39 AM
To: journal
Subject: [jox] PDF/HTML

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Hi all

I'm slowly filling up the site with the issue content - still have to fix up the PDF version of the filesharing paper, a few signals/ratings to collect.

The conference reports are up:

The Introduction is up:

I started looking at how research papers would look with both pdf and html formats:

Since the site will have reviews and signals in addition of papers I don't know how useful it is to have HTML versions of papers without HTML version of reviews... the folder with pdf of paper, pdf of reviews and link tosignals page will be the homepage of the paper... no need for HTML?




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