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7 Platforms Changing the Future of Publishing and Storytelling
7 Platforms Changing the Future of Publishing and Storytelling

Cutting out the middleman, or what the Nobel Peace Prize has to do with harnessing the potential of tablets.

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40K Books: 99-Cent Essays by Million-Dollar Authors
40K Books: 99-Cent Essays by Million-Dollar Authors

Trying out the Italian cyberpunk job, or how to buy brilliance for under a dollar.

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The Art of Immersion: Dissecting the Future of Storytelling
The Art of Immersion: Dissecting the Future of Storytelling

Groping our way into next-gen entertainment, or how the original Star Wars trilogy birthed Lost.

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How a Book is Made, Circa 1947
How a Book is Made, Circa 1947

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Merchants of Culture: A Meditation on the Future of Publishing
Merchants of Culture: A Meditation on the Future of Publishing

What Gogol, Seth Godin and TED have to do with the fate of the written word.

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The Medium Is Not The Message: 3 Handwritten Newspapers
The Medium Is Not The Message: 3 Handwritten Newspapers

What Indian calligraphers have to do with disaster relief in Japan and free media in Liberia.

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7 Einstein Classics, Digitized for the First Time
7 Einstein Classics, Digitized for the First Time

What the theory of relativity has to do with world government and the ethics of nuclear proliferation.

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The Late American Novel: Writers on the Future of Books
The Late American Novel: Writers on the Future of Books

Telling the fortune of tales to come, or what finallyfast.com has to do with writing.

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PICKED: <em>The Smashing Book #2</em>
PICKED: The Smashing Book #2

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