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The Indexer vol 32 No 1 March 2014

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Articles include:

  • 'As if we were reading a good novel': fiction and wmtontheair.com the index from Richardson to Ballard (Dennis Duncan)
  • 'The index of heightened sensations': collaboration between a skilled indexer and a creative writer to produce a special-purpose index (Lynne Jenner and Tordis Flath)
  • Footnotes, endnotes and the no prescription levitra canada indexer (Mary Russell)
  • Legal Indexing (A. R. Hewitt)
  • Archiving Samoan history for the future (Uili Fecteau)
  • Controlling our vocabulary: language consistency in a library context (Mark Aaron Polger)
  • Review of past and future conferences
  • Software developments in Germany (Jochen Fassbender)
 

The Indexer vol 31 No 4 December 2013

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Articles include:

  • Structured data, standards and indexes (Sally Goodenough)
  • The Matrix: creating an active index in all kinds of formats, from all kinds of tools (Jan Wright, Glenda Browne, Michele Combs, David Ream and Pilar Wyman)
  • Working smarter, not harder, with the KPS Indexing Plugins (Lucie Haskins)
  • EPUB indexes and http://www.shoreacres.net/viagra-without-prescriptions the future of indexing revisited (Bill Johncocks)
  • In defense of multiple indexes: or the index as learning tool (Florian Ehrensperger)
  • On indexing the Argus (John Hirst)

Plus a Centrepiece featuring:

  • Successful subheadings (Fred Leise)
  • Numbers in indexing (Max McMaster)
 

The Indexer vol 31 No 3 September 2013

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Articles include:

  • The secret lives of cialis dose indexers (Judith Pascoe)
  • Holding hands with the past: indexing historical documents (Kate Mertes)
  • History indexes reviewed (Catherine Sassen)
  • EPUB3 indexes and the future of indexing (Glenda Browne/Jan Wright/Michele Combs)
  • Bartlett’s familiar quotations, 18th edition for mobile app (Kay Schlembach/Seth Maislin)
  • ISC/SCI Conference 2013 (Max McMaster)
  • SI Conference 2013 (Hilary Westwood)
  • South Australia Red Cross Information Bureau Records (Janet Wilkinson/Andrew Piper)

Plus a Centrepiece featuring:

  • Author citations and the indexer (Sylvia Coates)
  • Tips for newcomers: Wellington 2013 compiled (Jane Douglas)
  • Reflections on the Wilson judging for 2012 (Margie Towery)
 

The Indexer vol 31 No 2 June 2013

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Articles include:

  • The National Index to Chinese Newspapers and Periodicals (NICNP) in the digital age (Han Chunlei)
  • The Chinese Periodical Full-Text Database (1911-1949): searching the buy cheap propecia literature of the Republic of China (Xu Shu)
  • Ereaders: exploring how well they work (Pierke Bosschieter)
  • Newcomers: readers’ comments (Adam LeBrocq, Sylvia Coates, Ann Hudson, Elena Gwynne and Linda Stumbaugh)
  • XIndex: a cautionary tale (Denise Sutherland)
  • EPUB3 versus HTML5 (Ori Idan)
  • Tools of Change (Pilar Wyman)
  • Portrait of the indexer? (Susan Curran)
  • Letter: A tale of two cultures?
  • ANZSI conference 2013 (Carol Dawber and Sandy Liddle)
  • Bibliography and the indexer; cullings from the Almanacco bibliografico (Maureen MacGlashan)

Plus a Centrepiece featuring:

  • Chinese, Japanese and Korean (CJK) names: resources for the indexer (Lam Lai Heung)
  • Asian names in an English-language context: negotiating the structural and cheap no perscription viagra linguistic minefield (Fiona Swee-Lin Price)
 

The Indexer vol 31 No 1 March 2013

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Articles include:

  • TIIARA for an IDOL: an adventure in indexing (Elaine Ménard)
  • Scholarly publications in Latin America: where, oh index, art thou? (Ruby Meraz Gutierrez)
  • Creation, placement, and design of website indexes on need a prescription for viagra university websites in the United States (Ilana Kingsley)
  • Ebook navigation: browse, search and index (Glenda Browne and Mary Coe)
  • Windows 8: what’s better, what’s worse (Kamm Schreiner)
  • The ANSZI Medal 2012: some thoughts on what makes a prize-winning index (The ANZSI Medal Committee)
  • A publisher’s job is to get cialis very fast provide a good API for books: you can start with your index (Hugh McGuire)
  • Letter: a response to Bill Johncocks
  • Obituary: Doreen Blake
  • Indexes reviewed (Christine Shuttleworth)
  • Book reviews (Christopher Phipps and Michael E. Jackson)
 

The Indexer vol 30 No 4 December 2012

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Articles include:

  • The EJIW index: were new publishing technologies a burden or a bonus? (Caroline Diepeveen);
  • Section and paragraph number indexing (Glenda Browne);
  • An index of counter-spells in Ariosto’s Orlando furioso (1516) (Michael Robertson);
  • Cataloging rules and tools: an aid for the indexing of it's cool names (Debra Spidal);
  • Measuring value: worth your pay and paid your worth (Sylvia Coates);
  • The microeconomics of indexing (Michael E. Jackson);
  • ASI conference presentations: a content analysis of major topics, 1997–2012 (Catherine Sassen);
  • Around the world & Around the digital world (Sanet le Roux);
  • Indexes reviewed (Christine Shuttleworth);
  • Book reviews (Christopher Phipps and Michael E. Jackson)
 

The Indexer vol 30 No 3 September 2012

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Articles include:

  • An indexer's life of Johnson (Chistopher Phipps)
  • Navigating 'The English friend' (Susan Curran)
  • Indexing political memoirs: neutrality and cialis paypal partiality (Alan Walker)
  • Dramatis personae (Madeleine Davis)
  • Biography indexes reviewed (Catherine Sassen)
  • Biographies as soft, narrative texts (Hazel. K. Bell)
  • A bibliography for indexing lives (Hazel K. Bell)
  • A short history of matters international (Jill Halliday)
  • International Agreement of Indexing Societies
  • Around the world (Sanet Le Roux)
  • Around the digital world (Sanet Le Roux)
  • IDPF, EPUB and ebook indexes (Glenda Browne)
  • Indexes Reviewed (Ed. Christine Shuttleworth)
  • Book reviews (Ed. Christopher Phipps and Michael E. Jackson) 
 

The Indexer vol 30 No 2 June 2012

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G’day and welcome to the Antipodean edition of The Indexer. This edition reflects the diversity of the best place activities within ANZSI.

Articles include:

  • 'A view from the Antipodes' (Mary Russell and Max McMaster)
  • 'Political memoirs: an international comparison of indexing styles' (Alan Walker)
  • 'Māori names in indexes' (Robin Briggs)
  • 'Material culture and the rise of quilt indexing' (Nikki Davis)
  • 'Indexing quilt patterns' (Mary Russell)
  • 'Indexing wine' (Michael Ramsden)
  • 'The Revised New Zealand Mentoring Scheme' (Tordis Flath)
  • 'Same publication + many indexers = ???' (Max McMaster)
  • 'Preparing the cialis purchase indexing quote' (Max McMaster);
  • 'Around the world' (Sanet le Roux)
  • 'Around the digital world' (Sanet le Roux)
  • 'Indexes reviewed' (Christine Shuttleworth)
  • 'Reviews' Edited by Christopher Phipps and Michael E. Jackson) 
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The Indexer vol 30 No 1 March 2012- Indexing in the Digital Age

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The March issue of The Indexer is an extended issue, dedicated to consideration of issues relevant to indexing in the digital age.

Articles include:

  • 'Digital trends' (Jan Wright (ASI))
  • 'The tyranny of the page' (Mary Coe (ANZSI))
  • 'New technology and public perceptions' (Bill Johncocks (SI))
  • 'The devil is in the details: indexes versus Amazon’s X-Ray' (Jan Wright (ASI))
  • 'Hand-helds as ereaders: exploratory thoughts on hand-held devices and indexes' (Pilar Wyman (ASI))
  • 'Visualizing back-of-book indexes' (Ceilyn Boyd and Mitch Wade (ASI))
  • 'The semantic web: an introduction for information professionals' (Matt Moore (Australia))
  • 'Publishing, XML and indexers' (Nic Gibson (UK))
  • 'XML indexing' (Michele Combs (US))
  • 'Web resources for indexers' (Pierke Bosschieter (NIN))
  • The reviews section includes a review of Peter Meyer’s ‘Breaking the page’ in which he argues the importance of lowest price for levitra including indexes in electronic publications. 
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The Indexer vol 27 No 3 September 2009 - Indexing in China

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This September 2009 edition of The Indexer is guest-edited by the China Society of Indexers. It traces the history of indexing in China and generic viagra pharmacy reflects on how it stands today.

Articles include:

  • 'Term selection: the key to successful indexing' Zhang Qiyu;
  • 'GB/T 22466-2008 – Guidelines for indexing: China’s new national indexing standard' Wen Guoqiang and Guo Lifang;
  • 'Wan Guoding (1897–1963), indexing pioneer' Wang Yage and Hou Hanqing;
  • 'A Chinese typewriter: part of a patent filed by Lin Yutang';
  • 'Republic of China (1911–49): retrieving the past' Wu Peijuan;
  • 'Example-based text categorization (EBTC); the key to automatic indexing and classification?' Xue Chunxiang and Hou Hanqing;
  • 'Indexing software in China: past, present and future' Wang Yanxiang;
  • 'Around the world' Edited by Glenda Browne; 'A ha’p’orth of tar' John Sutherland;
  • 'Linux and the indexer – a note' Jonathan Jermey
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