101 Words – 060

A tale of two books:

Craig Mod, in his inimitable style, writes of his return, after years around the Kindle, to the physical book. Valuable insights on the still closed land of ebooks, and a cautionary note on how precisely the advantages of digital volumes have been sadly neglected.

From another angle, Thomas Basbøll gets enthusiastic about leaving the frames offered by the physical structure of the book behind:

Writing stops being “between covers”. Every page takes up a position equidistant to the reality it is a part of. A book is a thing. A site, by contrast, is a place.

101 Words – 060: The way we read and the way we write, a tale of two: @craigmod and @ThomasBasboell rdgr.me/u/ag6kpx

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Rudiger Meyer is a composer interested in the play between traditional concert music and new media.


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