SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: SIGIA-L: The Book Idea
Re: SIGIA-L: The Book Idea
From: Richard Hill (rhill_at_asis.org)
Date: Fri Apr 21 2000 - 07:48:04 EDT
I believe ASIS would be happy to publish such a book.
In addition, we have been looking at getting regular contributions on IA
for JASIS, our scholarly journal. On the journal, we have been discussing
a special issue (or perspectives) followed by regular contributions.
I would be happy to talk with anyone interested in either the book or JASIS
At 01:39 PM 04/20/2000 -0700, craig_battrick_at_hp.com wrote:
>Wow! What a response!
>Give me the weekend to put together some thoughts on how to proceed with
>undertaking. As a book publisher (I've done five), I can say that the
>of book production are relatively easy. As some of you pointed out,
>the information is the tricky part. But that's what we do for a living,
>my current job at HP, I work with teams of engineers to create books. They
>from 100 to 250 pages in size and many of them have to do with best
>All this to say that I see no problems in doing this, just a lot of
>think about a year or so as the length of the project.
>And yes, I was seeing myself as the organizer of all this since project
>management is also something I do.
>So... stand by for more thoughts.
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