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The Power of the Book

Howard Kurtz has an great piece on the lasting power of books in a media society currently driven by online and multimedia ventures.
In an age of blogging, podcasting, BlackBerrying and instant messaging, when any thought can be expressed within nanoseconds, an old-fashioned form of technology is making a comeback.

It's called the book, a collection of pages, bound between hard covers, that generally takes at least two years to report, write, edit and publish, using the kind of presses that date to the 15th century.
It is worth a read.

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