Stephen Fry presents a journey through Gutenberg’s life and the invention of his “machine that shaped civilization.”
A YouTube Video, How Ink is Made, reminds us of the art and craft that goes into creating the physical products that remain a significant fixture of the publishing world.
Quality, chaos, and sustainability — terms we throw around, yet each requires more careful thought. Nicholas Carr and Clay Shirky square off to debate where we’re headed in roughly these terms.
When print is an input every other content product inherits prints DNA and can’t help looking and acting a lot like its parent.
“Abundance breaks more things than scarcity does. Society knows how to react to scarcity.” Clay Shirky speaks at the opening session of NFAIS.
Is open access to science best described as an evolution or revolution?
We’re in the early days of a major revolution in information dissemination and creation. Clay Shirky shows us why we need to think the unthinkable.