Quam Artem Exerceas?

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ELL-W-164-1

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Copy published by Eastgate Systems, Inc. on CD-ROM in 1994. Currently in The Dene Grigar Collection.

ISBN: 1884511198

Grigar purchased this copy from Eastgate Systems, Inc. for use in the lab. Filed under "The Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext Volume 1, Number 4". Published with Rob Swigart's "Directions". Works with Mac. Requires HyperCard. Copy in pristine condition.

Tested and working on the following operating systems:

ELL-W-164-2

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Copy published by Eastgate Systems, Inc. on 3.5in Floppy Disk in 1994. Currently in The David Kolb Collection.

ISBN: 1884511198

Grigar received this copy from David Kolb for use in the electronic literature lab in 2017. Filed under "The Eastgate Quarterly Review of Hypertext Volume 1, Number 4". Published with Rob Swigart's "Directions". Works with Mac and Windows. One black floppy disk is for Mac and one is for Windows. Contains 2 black floppy disks, one white floppy disk, and a manual. Copy in pristine condition.

Tested and working on the following operating systems:

Requires the following software:

  • Hypercard

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      Author(s)

      Giuliano Franco

      First Published

      1994

      Original Publisher

      Eastgate Systems, Inc.

      Language

      English

      Description

      "'Quam artem exerceas?' 'What do you do for a living?' This was the question posed by Bernardino Ramazzini (1633-1714), the father of occupational medicine. Ramazzini's greatest treatise, 'De Morbis Artificum Diatriba,' is a window onto the daily world of the 18th century, exploring the diseases of glassblowers and scholars, gravediggers and nuns. Ramazzini's work anticipated modern perspectives on ergonomics, hazardous waste, and work safety."--Eastgate Systems, Inc.

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