Below you’ll find the top 50 posts—well, okay, 51—from December 2006 through March 2008 grouped by major topic category. Plus, by scrolling down the page you’ll be able find via the widgets to the right the current most popular posts and every post sorted by all categories as well as by month. Enjoy!
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Book Publishing Operations
A Day in the Life of a Book PublisherSummer 2007 Production ScheduleJust the Stats, Ma’am
How Publishers Measure SuccessPrinters, Publishers, and Cats on a Warm Tin RoofBudgets & Profit SharingSigns of the TimesNow We’re Done! Wait! Now We’re Starting (Again)!
The End (Of The Semester) Is Nigh . . . Let’s Eat!
Book Design & Production
MS Word vs. Adobe InDesignInDesign TipsTop 10 Proof Copy ChecklistAdobe InDesign Tips & TricksAnswers to Questions Only a Book Designer Would AskCS3 ConferenceGraphics Intern Tutorial #2Meet the Book Designer: Steve TianoGraphics Intern Tutorial #1
One Good Intern Deserves Another
What Is Your Process for Copyediting & Proofreading?Manuscript PreparationMath . . . It’s Not Just for English MajorsHow Does It All Come Together?The Bibliophile Learns About TypographyA Big Book Worth Reading
New Media vs. Old Marketing
Conferences & Conventions
2007 National Council for Workforce Education2007 Texas Community College (TCCTA) Conference2008 Texas Community College Teachers Association
2008 NACCE Conference (Day 2)
Book Publishing Industry News
Simon & Schuster Sets Up Indian Publishing ProgramTextbook Prices . . . The Horror! The Horror!
Budget Constricts Publishing Company
Everything Else . . .
Free TSTC Publishing 2007-08 CalendarExcellent Blogger AwardsEmerging Technologies: Advanced Digital ManufacturingElements of a Textbook ProposalSubsidiary RightsMeet The Publisher: Bright Sky PressFront MatterThe Brief & Expanded Table of ContentsShelfari & LibraryThingBooks About Writing: A Top 10 … Umm … Top 7 ListBlogs About Writing: Blog RollBird’s Eye View MapsThe Smartest Guys in the RoomMovies About Publishing: HelveticaMarshall Lee’s Bookmaking
Introducing Nathan McCoy