Fenestration and follow‐ups: Windows and more: Library Hi Tech: Vol 12, No 2

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Emerald Group Publishing has become the world’s leading scholarly publisher of journals and books in business and management (Past president of the Library and Information Technology Association (LITA) and is a senior analyst in the development division of The Research Libraries Group, Inc. (RLG).) If confession is good for the soul, this is Crawford’s personal revival meeting. Yes, the hardcore text maven and trailing‐edge devotee has gone GUI: most of his home computing now uses a true graphical user interface. The author says that the taste of crow has passed and that the new environment works very well, albeit not without a few frustrations. This article discusses the author’s move to Windows and some of the good and bad points of that interface. The author includes some tips on Windows, as seems inevitable for any article on that topic. The author also provides some additional notes related to previous columns, on clip‐art collections and the actual construction of TrueType typefaces. As usual, the article concludes with notes on the recent PC literature. Android smartphone adoption and intention to pay for mobile internet : Perspectives from software, hardware, design, and value Emerald Group Publishing has become the world’s leading scholarly publisher of journals and books in business and management Source. Here you can find a full bse of Vector Maps of England in Adobe Illustrator.”

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