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Archivos - 15 Junio 2011, 16:26

Kevin Kelly: When Hard Books Disappear

15 Junio 2011, 16:26

books

Hard books are on their way to extinction.
We are in a special moment that will not last beyond the end of this century: Paper books are plentiful. They are cheap and everywhere, from airports to drug stores to libraries to bookstores to the shelves of millions of homes. There has never been a better time to be a lover of paper books.

But very rapidly the production of paper books will essentially cease, and the collections in homes will dwindle, and even local libraries will not be supported to house books — particularly popular titles. Rare books will collect in a few rare book libraries, and for the most part common paper books archives will become uncommon.

It seems hard to believe now, but within a few generations, seeing a actual paper book will be as rare for most people as seeing an actual lion. (Click for Complete Text)

Un artículo de Kevin Kelly