Maybe books won’t survive the transition to digital devices, any more than scrolls survived the transition to movable type… what the internet portends is not the end of the paper container of the book, but rather the way paper organized our assumptions about writing altogether.
Clay Shirky | Is the book a crucial cultural artifact, or just an outdated container for content? 
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