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The IPG Archive. Part 13: November 1995
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The IPG through the ages: November 1995

It’s late 1995 as we look through the IPG Archive, and we’ve stumbled across some notes from an autumn seminar.
In this seminar the IPG community considered – not for the last time – the impact that electronics might have on the future of publishing.
How technology has moved on in the past 21 years!
part 13

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