195 LOGOS All the e-words: A guide for LOGOS readers Jane Dorner Author or co-author of eighteen books, Jane Dorner has recently turned her attention to web publishing. As a member of the Council of the Authors’ Licensing & Collecting Society and the Board of the Copyright Licensing Agency, she is concerned with the techniques and problems of electronic publishing as they affect writers and journalists. Neither over- enthusiastic about nor dismissive of the Internet, Dorner is open to the new opportunities arising from interaction between technologies and the creative mind. Her newest book, The Internet: A Writer’s Guide (ISBN 0 7136 5192 X), is published by A & C Black in January 2000 at £9.99. Publishing has never depended on paper. It means simply “to make publicly known”. For five and a half centuries, print has been the medium and, dur- ing that time, different technologies have come and gone. Digital print is just another. An electronic publication is one that is only available for reading on a computer screen. Like other forms of publication, it puts “authority” into “authorship”. Unless a work is published the writer has no recognized authority, and is little more than an
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