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Maes, Goutier, and van der Linden (1992, pp. 175--182) begin their SIGDOC 92 paper with a sentence that, I believe, best captures the spirit of last year's Ottawa conference: "It can confidently be assumed that in the coming decades a growing number of readers will be confronted with a growing...
That Agnew and Palmer's paper should be selected as the best paper of SIGDOC 92 suggests how much the field of documentation has changed in the last ten years. Our concerns fare increasingly centered on the technology of text, rather than on paper texts that support the user of technology. Text...
Doing a critical reading of a paper presented at a conference you did not attend is a somewhat disembodied experience. Writing about your impressions doesn't help matters: "I wonder if they cleared that up at the conference?" I mutter to myself. Or, "I'm sure they expanded on that in Ottawa."
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