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Medieval Copyediting

Decorated Canceled Page / Abbey Bible
Detail from a Decorated Canceled Page in the Abbey Bible, about 1250–62. Ms. 107, fol. 96v

Creative editorial practices, courtesy of the Middle Ages. More»

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Getty Voices: Does Text Still Matter?

Red pens, the editor's stock-in-trade

Where images are the primary sources, where does text fit in? Should museums uphold editorial standards, or go with the Web 2.0 flow? More»

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      Unemployed actors and struggling writers take note: the inventor of lithography was you, 200 years ago. Did he get lucky, or was it a stroke of genius?

      The Genius of Lithography, 1819, Nicolas Henri Jacob. The Getty Research Institute

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