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Digital Media and the Future of Philatelic Publishing – Part 3

Richard Drews These commercial approaches all recognize that world in general has migrated to the Internet and our most active hobbyists have followed. Publishing information on paper is static. The world is dynamic and interactive. The post baby boomer generations

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Digital Media and the Future of Philatelic Publishing – Part 2

Richard Drews John Hotchner and I have given two seminars on Challenges and Opportunities in Exhibiting and Judging Philatelic Publications. As a result of the participation and feedback we have been given the task of establishing ongoing colloquiums on philatelic

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Digital Media and the Future of Philatelic Publishing – Part 1

Richard Drews The pervasiveness of connectivity today has resulted in a revolution in publishing more profound than the introduction of moveable type by Gutenberg. Digital books already outsell hardbound books and will surpass sales of paperbacks in the next few

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Editing a Classic Philatelic Book (3)

Ada Prill, The Philatelic Exhibitor (continuation of the article Editing a Classic Philatelic Book Part 1 and Part 2) I am an editor/writer, not a skilled exhibitor, so I had to wheedle friends who actually knew something about each of

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Editing a Classic Philatelic Book (2)

Ada Prill, The Philatelic Exhibitor (continuation of the article Editing a Classic Philatelic Book Part 1) When I thought I was getting into the home stretch, I realized I needed many more “people” pictures, so I went off to two

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Editing a Classic Philatelic Book (1)

Ada Prill, The Philatelic Exhibitor I’ve learned the hard way – editing someone else’s prose is much harder than simply writing new text! When I was offered the job of updating Randy Neil’s seminal Philatelic Exhibitors Handbook, I thought it

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