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Post-Digital Print – The Mutation of Publishing Since 1894

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In this post-digital age, digital technology is no longer a revolutionary phenomenon but a normal part of everyday life. The mutation of music and film into bits and bytes, downloads and streams is now taken for granted. For the world of book and magazine publishing however, this transformation has only just begun.

Still, the vision of this transformation is far from new. F
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published July 23rd 2012 by Onomatopee
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Elisa
Dec 05, 2014 rated it it was amazing
"Print can still be used to create something no other medium can - a precious object, something to preserve, to instinctively trust (because we can hold it in our hands), and to unhurriedly enjoy rather than rapidly consume." (p. 55)

This has to be the first time that I actually felt excited by reading a book about publishing and new media. It's not that books on this subject are generally bad, but in Post-Digital Print: The Mutation of Publishing since 1897, Alessandro Ludovico uses such a rich
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Kenzie Talbert
Sep 02, 2017 rated it really liked it
From pamphlets to blogs, Gutenberg's Printing Press to Print on Demand technology, Post-Digital Print exposes the truth and process behind the inevitable: humanity's need and desire for the written word. Be it by the law or by the means of underground distribution, the physical and/or the electronic book will show its face. The original art form of expression has yet to slow, and undoubtedly never will.
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Feb 01, 2019 rated it liked it
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2.5*

Although an interesting compilation — it felt more a flurried archive of artworks, historical happenings and loose predictions. It may have been my expectations, but I was hoping for a bit more speculation and story-driven commentary.

#1 non-fiction of 2019.
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