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Flipping the pages of the future: The fate of books in a digital age

Originally published at charlatan.ca

Books have been around for hundreds of years. From specialized pieces only the rich  could read, to a widespread wealth of knowledge after the invention of the printing press, books have been a cherished part of society as a main source of insight. 1,492 more words

Features

March 15(2) | HB Reflections | Hosting the Library Graduate Trainees and visit to Churchill College Archives

On the 18th of March there was a double whammy of a day. First, my scientific research centre was to prepare for a visit from the library graduate trainees of Cambridge; a new experience for both myself and my place of work. 750 more words

The future of books-what do you think?

A short one tonight; this just won’t leave me alone, so I must throw it out into the world for your perusal. In my last post I talked about my… 416 more words

Arts And Entertainment

The future of print books - TechVibes guest post

Although many forms of traditional physical media are seeing apocalyptic declines and losing share to digital (think newspapers and compact discs) the print book is not just fighting the trend, it may be winning. 191 more words

The future of books: the next chapter

I’m currently reading a novel on an iPad for the first time. (Jane Eyre, since you asked, can you believe that I managed to get all the way through school and university without ever having read it? 1,271 more words

Digital Art

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