Emprint

Em`print´


v. t.1.See Imprint.
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After his replication of the original introduction, the individual who commissioned the Cawood version but who did not identify himself added his own preface, explaining that it was his admiration for The folowinge that led him to request "the Quenes highnes printer to take the paines eftsones to emprint it, seing the other is worne away, which was very faultye in many places, and in this he hath done his diligence in correction thereof as you shal wel perceiue in conferring them together.
She, along with assistant editor, Lois Fiore, also puts together eMprint newsbooks--using a template generously given to us by Roger Fidler at the University of Missouri journalism school--to make our collections of stories more readable and searchable on a computer.
Electronic editions can be replicas, such as the PDFs just about everybody is introducing as online afternoon editions, or classic e-papers that more fully mimic the print reading experience, such as the Columbia Missourian's eMprint twice-weekly editions.
He has developed an electronic media print, known as eMprint, that is a hybrid digital publishing format that marries the characteristics of the print product with the interaction of the Web.
A new embosser, called Emprint, has added Hewlett-Packard Inkjet color printing to the tactile and braille output.
In the spring the Columbia Missourian, a community newspaper that's affiliated with the journalism school, offered a Sunday eMprint edition to about 5,000 people for 10 weeks.
I am pleased that the ViewPlus Emprint SpotDot color Braille printer can produce embossed color images useable with Livescribe's Pulse smartpen.
Nieman Reports utilizes eMprint templates, developed by Roger Fidler at the University of Missouri's School of Journalism, to create newsbooks of its articles on specific themes in an easy to read and download format.
He calls it eMprint, and it was field tested in 2005 at the Columbia Missourian.
The Columbia Missourian, for instance, tossed its food section out of the print edition and onto its eMprint digital newspaper.