Author Archives: Nathan Angle

Wrap-Up

I have largely enjoyed this course.  While it was not exactly what I expected it to be–I thought the course would cover advances or changes in the history of publishing–I liked the seminar style of the class and learned much … Continue reading

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Monday’s Guest–Melissa Michaels

I found the guest speaker’s discussion on Monday to be both enjoyable and highly informative.  I appreciated all the resources Melissa Michaels presented to us–the books and websites she talked about, including the AP Stylebook, Roget’s International Thesaurus, and Copyediting: … Continue reading

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Research Project Update and Reading Response

For this blog entry, I offer an update on my research project report and my response to the OSPIRG article regarding HB 2963 and the villainy of textbook publishers.  Previously, I believe I stated that I would in my research … Continue reading

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Research Report

I have decided to conduct my research project on the history of bookbinding in America.  I am still gathering sources, but my interest in this topic so far has been on the impact of mass-produced books on methods of bookbinding.  I … Continue reading

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