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Books like other created artefacts go through a number of iterations before being ready for public display. It is possible to observe and record what those changes are and when they happened and who made them? This article considers how the reader of the book will know what version they are reading and the author/editor will know what version they are editing. It does so in relation to print, digital, and author or editor workflow.

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2018-04-21

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