The Future of Books

Authors, teachers, professors, publishers, and librarians have been debating the future of the book for a decade now. Some claim that the physical book will soon disappear, replaced by ebooks. Others see changes in book structure and marketing, but a continuation of printed books alongside emerging electronic formats.

Princeton historian Anthony Grafton comments on the future of books in a video interview on YouTube, and available through HNN.

 

 

 

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1 Response to The Future of Books

  1. webern5 says:

    Reblogged this on drifting.through.time.

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