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More and more stories keep appearing on the web and in print materials about the future of the publishing industry and the print book.
Here are two stories looking at some of the issues in play.
First, The New York Times writes about the death of print encyclopedias in Start Writing the Eulogies for Print Encyclopedias (March 16, 2008). Next, the Stanford Faculty weigh pros and cons of e-books in The Stanford Daily (May 27, 2008).
Posted by Brian Gray on July 13, 2008 10:07 PM
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