Print Is Where Words Go To Die

Print Is Where Words Go To Die
Innovation

A couple of weeks ago we published excerpts of the New York Times thought piece by Kevin Kelly. Now, Jeff Jarvis adds to the debate in his column in the Guardian.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 5 june 2006

A couple of weeks ago we published excerpts of the New York Times thought piece by Kevin Kelly. Now, Jeff Jarvis adds to the debate in his column in the Guardian.

Today, any medium that defines itself by its medium is in trouble: newspapers, broadcasting and books must be valued for their substance over their shape. Is a book bound paper? Or is it the ideas and information within? If there are better ways to share knowledge, why should it suffer the limitations of the page?

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