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Ingenious Impressions: The Coming of the Book exhibition

In a previous post, I reflected on my response to being told, “calligraphy?… computers can do that!”

A current major exhibition in Glasgow has made me consider how medieval scribes would have reacted to being told, … 397 more words


5 Reasons Why The Bible Is The Most Important Book You Will Ever Read

by Dan Buttafuoco ~

The Bible is the single most important book ever written. It is an eyewitness account of historical events of such magnitude that they have literally shaped the world in which we live. 1,802 more words


About the Contributor

Well hey there everyone, I suppose it would be helpful/interesting/fun to provide some information about myself.

Name’s Rayna. I’m about a junior or something here at Metro. 289 more words

How books became unbound in the new era of e-publishing

The new era of e-publishing marks the decline of the printed book and the rise of a new mode of knowledge management

As a lon… 766 more words

Gutenberg - died


Johannes Gutenberg died 2/3/1468.  He was born c.1398 at Mainz, German, to Freile zum Gensfleisch & his 2nd wife, Else Wirick zum Gutenberg, whose maiden name Johannes adopted.  108 more words


15 Day Writer's Challenge: Day 14

The second-to-last topic in the 15 Day Writer’s Challenge is

One of your favorite quotes about books or writing.

Well, it’s hard to pick one, but I must say I’m pretty fond of this quote:

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15 Day Writer's Challenge

A Brief History of Johannes Gutenberg

A Brief History of Johannes Gutenberg

Johann Gutenberg, also referred to online as Johannes Gutenberg, was a German inventor, publisher and engraver who still has much relevance today for his technological contributions. 287 more words

Johann Gutenberg