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An tigari electronice, or e-cigarette, is really an electrical unit that simulates the act of tobacco smoking cigarettes by making an inhaled vapor bearing the physical sensation, physical appearance, and sometimes the flavor (with or not having nicotine subject material) of inhaled tobacco smoke, without having its odor or, ostensibly, its well being dangers. The gadget uses heat (or in certain scenarios, ultrasonics) to vaporize a propylene glycol- or glycerin-based liquid alternative into an aerosol mist, just like the best way a nebulizer or humidifier vaporizes solutions for inhalation.
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== Book to E-book: What You Should Know about Electronic Rights ==
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The device's parts customarily consist of a small liquid reservoir, a heating ingredient, together with a electrical power source, which may be a battery or perhaps a wired USB adapter. Most digital cigarettes are portable, self-contained cylindrical devices in varying sizes, and many are designed to outwardly resemble traditional cigarettes. Most are reusable, with replaceable and refillable parts, nevertheless some styles are disposable. Liquids that provide vapor for digital cigarettes can be found in lots of totally different taste kinds and nicotine concentrations, which includes nicotine-free variations.
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E-books are the fastest growing area of the industry, compelling most presses to convert backlist and publish new titles in electronic format. But do your author contracts give you permission to publish in these new formats? Have you established a viable royalty structure for electronic editions? Do you have rights to publish interior photos in e-book editions? How will you price those e-books? Panelists will discuss the most pressing issues facing acquiring editors, rights managers, and business managers as our publications go digital.
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The first mentioned use of the electronic cigarette is surely an alternative to tobacco smoking, or even a smoking cessation device: It endeavors to deliver the experience of smoking minus the adverse health consequences regularly involved with tobacco smoke, or to no less than enormously help reduce people risks.
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''Chair: Vicky Wells, Director of Contracts and Subsidiary Rights, University of North Carolina Press''
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The possible gains or adverse effects of digital cigarette use really are a matter of disagreement amid varied overall health businesses and scientists. Managed reports of digital cigarettes are scarce due to their quite recent creation and subsequent speedy progress in level of popularity. Regulations governing the use and sale of digital cigarettes, likewise since the accompanying liquid systems, now change widely, with pending laws and ongoing discussion in many areas. Issues were raised by anti-smoking groups that usage of the gadget still might probably carry overall health dangers and that it could attraction to non-smokers, primarily small children,[1] because of to its novelty, flavorings, and possibly overstated statements of basic safety.
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''Panelists: Laura Bost, Rights and Permissions Manager, University of Texas Press; Krista Coulson, Electronic Publishing Manager, University of Wisconsin Press''
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The modern digital cigarette's layout was devised by Chinese pharmacist Hon Lik in 2003, although the earliest recognised description of its principle was authored by Herbert A. Gilbert in 1963.
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Presentations available via SlideShare:
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[http://www.slideshare.net/kemc/victoria-wells-book-to-e-book-2010-final Vicky Wells, University of North Carolina Press, "Book to E-Book: What You Should Know about Electronic Rights" (PPT)]
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[http://www.slideshare.net/kemc/aaup2010-e-contractsfinal Krista Coulson, University of Wisconsin Press, "Book to E-Book: Contract Issues" (PPT)]
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[http://www.slideshare.net/kemc/aaup-permissions-bost Laura Young Bost, University of Texas Press, "What If: Permissions Issues When Moving Book to E-Book" (PPT)]
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[http://www.slideshare.net/kemc/e-rights-for-ebookslyb Laura Young Bost, University of Texas Press, "What If: Permissions Issues When Moving Book to E-Book" (PRESENTATION NOTES) (DOC)]
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[http://www.slideshare.net/kemc/team-google1 Laura Young Bost, University of Texas Press, "Team Google" (DOC)]
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[edit] Book to E-book: What You Should Know about Electronic Rights

E-books are the fastest growing area of the industry, compelling most presses to convert backlist and publish new titles in electronic format. But do your author contracts give you permission to publish in these new formats? Have you established a viable royalty structure for electronic editions? Do you have rights to publish interior photos in e-book editions? How will you price those e-books? Panelists will discuss the most pressing issues facing acquiring editors, rights managers, and business managers as our publications go digital.

Chair: Vicky Wells, Director of Contracts and Subsidiary Rights, University of North Carolina Press

Panelists: Laura Bost, Rights and Permissions Manager, University of Texas Press; Krista Coulson, Electronic Publishing Manager, University of Wisconsin Press

Presentations available via SlideShare:

Vicky Wells, University of North Carolina Press, "Book to E-Book: What You Should Know about Electronic Rights" (PPT)

Krista Coulson, University of Wisconsin Press, "Book to E-Book: Contract Issues" (PPT)

Laura Young Bost, University of Texas Press, "What If: Permissions Issues When Moving Book to E-Book" (PPT)

Laura Young Bost, University of Texas Press, "What If: Permissions Issues When Moving Book to E-Book" (PRESENTATION NOTES) (DOC)

Laura Young Bost, University of Texas Press, "Team Google" (DOC)




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