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DATA CONVERSION LABORATORY PROVIDES WEB ACCESS TO NEW XML TECHNICAL LIBRARY
FRESH MEADOWS, NY—APRIL 10, 2002— Data Conversion Laboratory announces the launch of their new online technical library, http://www.dclab.com/dcllibrary.asp. This new library gives anyone free access to insider information about XML and SGML (computer languages used in electronic publishing and e-commerce), e-books, technical documentation, and scientific and educational publishing.
The technical library will allow Data Conversion Laboratory to disseminate technical information relating to their field of industry. This will be a valuable resource both to existing and potential customers, as well as to individuals interested in the data conversion, technical publishing, and e-publishing.
"We thought it would be useful to make our collection of technical information more accessible to the public," says Mark Gross, President of Data Conversion Laboratory. "XML gets a lot of attention, as does the so called 'failure' of e-books. However, there's not enough emphasis on the tremendous value that XML provides in the e-publishing area, and the successes that are taking place every day. So our mission with the tech library is to redress that balance."
Founded in 1981, Data Conversion Laboratory has provided data conversion services to industry, government, publishers, libraries, and technical documentation developers. To date, the company has successfully converted more than 200-million pages.