Lets's Talk Computers - Apress  June 11, 2005
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Interview on June 11, 2005
E-Commerce     Guest: Gary Cornell
Apress' unique approach to publishing was developed from conversations between best-selling authors , for and programmers,

Gary Cornell and Dan Appleman. In this interview, Gary Cornell, the publisher and CEO, examines eCommerce, eBooks, and Apress' "search within the book" feature. Apress.com is now selling many of its indispensable titles as eBooks, to offer IT professionals worldwide a variety of ways to stay at the forefront of technology. Offered in PDF format, these portable, affordable, and searchable eBooks are the perfect electronic companions to printed books. According to Cornell, Apress will launch its "search within the book" feature later in 2005.
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