The Oxford English Dictionary’s Digital Future

The Oxford English Dictionary’s Digital Future

Storied lexicon may abandon traditional print format.

Jackie Rangel
  • 30 august 2010

According to the UK Telegraph, the next edition of the Oxford English Dictionary, the classic 20-volume tome found in research libraries around the world, will most likely never reach the presses— in the literal sense. As new technologies for consuming print media continue to evolve (and multiply), continuing with the print version might simply be financially unsustainable for the company.

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