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Digital Publishing What Next (2005)


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Digital Publishing What Next (2005)

  1. 1. What Next? In Digital Publishing 陳啟亮 2005-10-07 NTNU.資訊學研究所.數位出版研究
  2. 2. What is digital publishing ? For scientific publishing For commercial publishing For casual publishing, for entertainment etc… Digital publishing is not only digital book publishing.
  3. 3. The Internet (1980s) Net before INTERNET: ARPANET (1950s) Usenet (1980) (protocol: NNTP) TCP/IP (1984) (first TCP/IP network : NSFnet) IP, TCP, UDP, DNS, PPP, SLIP, ICMP, POP3, IMAP, SMTP, HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, Telnet, FTP, LDAP, SSL, and TLS.
  4. 4. The WWW (1990s) world wide web URI - Uniform Resource Identifier (IP, DNS) HTTP - Hypertext Transfer Protocol (Web server, Web browser) HTML - Hypertext Markup Language
  5. 5. XML, PDF, DOI, & Unicode (1980-1990)
  6. 6. Personal Computer (1987) (2005)
  7. 7. E-books Electronic books Digital books Networked books …
  8. 8. DRM Digital Rights Management
  9. 9. Linking Hyperlink XLink
  10. 10. Metadata Data about data
  11. 11. (1999) JDF Job Definition Format XML
  12. 12. Digital printing
  13. 13. Broadband
  14. 14. Accessibility Make web content accessible to disabilities Whatever using any agent (e.g., desktop browser, voice browser, mobile phone, automobile-based personal computer, etc.) Wherever using (e.g., noisy surroundings, under- or over-illuminated rooms, in a hands-free environment, etc.).
  15. 15. (2003 perspective)
  16. 16. The Semantic Web To make web more smart. RDF, OWL RDF is everywhere (e.g., RSS, JPG from Photoshop CS, XMP) Vocabulary structure is everywhere (e.g., DC)
  17. 17. (2002) Web Service SOAP, XML-RPC, JAX-RPC: (Between client & service provider) (Simple Object Access Protocol, XML-Remote Procedure Call, Java API XML-RPC) XML: (Information Object) WSDL: (tell How to using WS) (web service description language) UDDI: (Service broker) (Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration)
  18. 18. (2001) XSL-FO XSL: eXtensible Stylesheet Language XSLT: (語言轉換) (eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformations) XSL-FO: (視覺呈現) (XSL Formatting Object) XPath: (XML Path Language)
  19. 19. E-Paper
  20. 20. (2001) XMP eXtensible Metadata Platform By Adobe It provides a way to embed metadata right in the binary files associated with specific applications.
  21. 21. (2001) SVG Scalable Vector Graphics XML, describing 2D vector graphic.
  22. 22. Taxonomies The structure information about a publication. To describe the taxonomy information inside a publication.
  23. 23. Mapping information information visualization information
  24. 24. Dog Years Bubble or Bible
  25. 25. (1995) (ubiquitous publishing) CMS, Wiki, collaborative publish Web publishing Collaborative CMS Version Control
  26. 26. (1997, 2003) (ubiquitous publishing) Personal Publish: Weblog Market: Weblog Inc. (AOL: $25 million; Oct-05’), (VeriSign: $2.3 millions; Oct-05’) To Define Weblog: Tool perspective – CMS ; RSS, Trackback, XML-RPC, permalink Behavior perspective -
  27. 27. (1997, 2003) Citizen journalism Personal web publishing: Website, CMS, Blog South Korea, 2004 (founded 2000) Taiwan, 明日報 (Ttimes) 其他批評 Media role transformation
  28. 28. (2004) (ubiquitous publishing) Podcasting Not only tool, Accessibility solution Videocasting, screencasting, etc…
  29. 29. (2003-) (semantic web & taxonomy) Folksonomy Folks + taxonomy Categorization and social network, Flickr, 43Things, LibraryThing, Read2, etc…
  30. 30. (2003-) (metadata & semantic web) Microformat Based on XHTML & CSS First microformat is XFN (XHTML Friends Network) hCard, hCalendar, VoteLinks, hReview, XFN, relLicence, relTag, XOXO, etc…
  31. 31. (2006?) (metadata & semantic web) XHTML 2.0 Based on XHTML & CSS Mixed up metadata and semantic web
  32. 32. (2006?) (semantic web & taxonomy) SKOS (simple knowledge organisaztion system) porting (“Webifying”) thesauri: classifications, glossaries, thesauri, etc. (e.g., DDC) as developed in the “Print World”
  33. 33. (2005) Findability Enormous indexing: Google Print Morville, Peter (2005). Ambient Findability
  34. 34. Publish /pub’lish/ (v.t.) 1. To make known or announce publicly; promulgate; proclaim. 2. To print and issue to the public. 3. [Law] To communicate to a third person. 4. To print and issue the work of -- Webster comprehensive dictionary