We're not familiar with DjVu either. I've checked PDFZone Website at
http://www.pdfzone.com/ but couldn't find any info there (usually the
prime source for pdf anything commercial or free).
From the preliminary info I saw I got the idea that DjVu is more for
scanning and OCR applications. For more detail about DjVu see their Web
info at http://www.djvu.com/solutions/document/
John H. Hagen,
Electronic Thesis & Dissertation Program Coordinator
WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES
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P.O. Box 6069 / 1549 University Ave.
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Is anybody using DjVu rather than or in addition to PDF? DjVu files
much smaller than PDF, but the viewer (which is a free plugin) does not
packaged in browsers, therefore the trade off is a concern.
Matthew J. Brown
Digital Projects Librarian
Robert W. Van Houten Library
New Jersey Institute of Technology
Newark, NJ 07102-1982