Books in the Age of the iPad

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Books in the Age of the iPad

Books in the Age of the iPad This essay takes a look at where printed books stand in respect to digital publishing why we historically haven t read long form text on screens and how the iPad is wedging itself in the middle of ev

  • Title: Books in the Age of the iPad
  • Author: Craig Mod
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This essay takes a look at where printed books stand in respect to digital publishing, why we historically haven t read long form text on screens and how the iPad is wedging itself in the middle of everything In doing so I think we can find the line in the sand to define when content should be printed or digitized.This is a conversation for books makers, web heads, contenThis essay takes a look at where printed books stand in respect to digital publishing, why we historically haven t read long form text on screens and how the iPad is wedging itself in the middle of everything In doing so I think we can find the line in the sand to define when content should be printed or digitized.This is a conversation for books makers, web heads, content creators, authors and designers For people who love beautifully made things And for the storytellers who are willing to take risks and want to consider the most appropriate shape and media for their yarns.

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    1. Antonio Gallo on said:

      Leggere tanto per leggere? Si parla spesso di conflitto tra libro cartaceo e libro digitale. Se ne parla, ovviamente, in termini di vendite che è il punto di vista degli editori. Qualcuno dice che la lettura digitale sia una esperienza inferiore a quella cartacea. Ma io vorrei dire chiaramente: chi se ne frega come si legge? L'importante è leggere. Ma non leggere tanto per leggere, in cartaceo o digitale, quanto come leggere? Per capire, per riflettere, per crescere, per progettare, per miglio [...]

    2. Matt Maldre on said:

      This is truly an essay. I read it on one commute to work. There's a few good points in the book. Mostly kinda obvious things. But Craig is an excellent mind, this is just not one of his top books. Here's a couple good quotes from the book: "The Books We Make will always remind people that the printed book can be a sculpture for thoughts and ideas.""It’s no wonder we love our printed books — we physically cradle them close to our heart."

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