Farnce - expérience intéressante concernant la diffusion sur Internet d'oeuvres protégées par le copyright : le quotidien Libération diffuse sur son site Web les premiers chapitres de livres récemment publiés : http://www.liberation.fr/chapitre/index.html
In Europe, CD-ROMs Flourish, Web Waits (Sheryl Oring - Wired News) At Frankfurt Book Fair and in Europe generally, CD-ROM publishing appears to be flourishing. But Web-based publishing - because of Europe's relatively high telecommunications costs - is nearly non-existent. http://www.wired.com/news/news/culture/story/7773.html
Newspapers Lose Classified Ads to Internet Computer News Daily - (Karen Fessler and Kevin Shinkle - Bloomberg News ) Newspapers risk losing more than 10 percent of their ad revenue by the year 2001, or about $4.1 billion, as advertisers turn to the Internet or demand discounts to stick with newspapers. Meanwhile, online classified spending is expected to rise to $880 million in 2001 from just $16 million this year.
Netd@ys Europe 18 to 25 October 1997. An initiative by the European Commission which aims to promote European school projects on the Internet, encourage public and private partnerships, and support the establishment of a European Schoolnet. ENFR
US commercially-sponsored site CyberSurfari is designed to promote technology in schools by celebrating the vast opportunities of the World Wide Web. http://www.spa.org/cybersurfari/