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- DescriptionThis collection of articles is the first attempt by academics and professional writers to delve into the world of content management systems. The kwledge ecomy's greatest asset and primary problem is information management: finding it, validating it, re-purposing it, keeping it current, and keeping it safe. In the last few years content management software has become as common as word-processing software was five years ago. But unlike word processors, which are designed for single authorization and local storage, content management systems are designed to accommodate large-scale information production, with many authors providing many different pieces of information kept in a web-accessible database, any piece of which might find its way into electronic documents that the author doesn't even kw exist. These software systems are complex, to say the least, and their impact on the field of writing will be immense.
- Author BiographyGeorge Pullman is associate professor of English at Georgia State University, where he teaches the history of rhetoric and electronic communication practices. He has published articles in such journals as Computers and Composition, Rhetoric, Review and Rhetoric Society Quarterly, and chapters in edited collections such as Technical Communication and the World Wide Web and What is the New Rhetoric?. He most recently edited with Baotong Gu, a collection of articles on content management for Technical Communication Quarterly. He also designs and implements custom information application. Baotong Gu is an assistant professor of English at Georgia State University, where he teaches rhetoric, composition, and technical communication. His recent publications include a collection of articles on content management for Technical Communication Quarterly which he co-edited with George Pullman, and two collections on western rhetoric, Contemporary Western Rhetoric: Methods and Paradigms and Contemporary Western Rhetoric: Speech and Discourse Criticism. His book From Oracle Bones to Computers: The Emergence of Writing Technologies in China is being published by Parlor Press.
- Author(s)Baotong Gu,Charles H. Sides,George Pullman
- PublisherBaywood Publishing Company Inc
- Date of Publication15/11/2008
- SubjectManagement & Business: General
- Series TitleBaywood's Technical Communications
- Place of PublicationAmityville
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintBaywood Publishing Company Inc
- Content NoteIllustrations
- Weight430 g
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