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Parliament and the Vellum Debate - the final word (for now)

On Wednesday, the House of Commons finally found an hour and half to debate whether to abandon the practice of printing the official copy of statutes on ‘vellum’. 1,484 more words

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Parliament and the Vellum Debate, part II

To continue from yesterday’s post, where I discussed the tensions in the debate over whether British statutes should continue to be printed on vellum for the copies of record. 985 more words

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Parliament and the Vellum Debate, part I

Given the momentous and quick-moving issues at stake in politics this year, a question of stationery might hardly register. But when, this coming Thursday (10th March 2016), the House of Commons debates the future format of the copies of record of parliamentary statutes, there is something more going on than a simple choice between parchment and paper. 1,337 more words

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Future of the Future of Books

By Mark Tennis

When the first PA devices and smartphones began to emerge onto the market developers sought a way to transfer books onto these pieces of tech. 444 more words


The White House, E-Books, & A Partnership Driven Future w/ Content as Connector

White House Plan To Provide E-Books for Poor Children Reveals Partnership Driven Future with Content as Connector.

This piece was originally written for and posted on the… 1,251 more words