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Sunday, January 22, 2006
The book as technology:
its life span is about up


"The printed book is a beautiful object, 'elegant' in both the aesthetic and mathematical senses of the word, and its invention was a pivotal moment in the history of American culture. But it is also a technology -- a means, not an end. Like all technologies, it has a finite life span, and its time is almost up." -- Terry Teachout, "A Hundred Books in Your Pocket: The e-book will tranform reading -- and writing," in The Wall Street Journal, Jan. 21, 2006


 

 
   
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