This blog is a continuation of my past projects focusing on digital publishing and how it has changed since the first forms of publishing beginning with Gutenberg’s printing press. 80 more words
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[ Dog Ear ] Magazine
Only 48 original copies of the Gutenberg Bible are known to exist in the world today; one of them can be found at the University of Texas at Austin Harry Ransom Center. 123 more words
First off sorry I have not been active in a while but I was working on a really hard paper so here it is.
The Force of Learning… 760 more words
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So, is Google making you stupid?
Sven Birkerts, even before Google, says yes: the web is trapping us in a world of shallowness, a web that erodes language, flattens historical perspective, and destroys privacy. 405 more words
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Seit Sommer 2014 fanden auf Initiative von Andreas Weber im Team mit Dr. Ying Lin-Sill in der Gutenberg-Stadt Mainz Gespräch statt mit hochrangigen Gästen aus China. 306 more words
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THE FINAL PAGE
December 31st, 2030
Well, we all saw this coming. Now, here I am. The final page of the last actual non-digital newspaper being spit out of the now instantly obsolete laser printers here at the last print newspaper left, The Des Moines Register. 607 more words