Publishing is Dead. Books are Dead. But it doesn't matter because no one is reading anyway.

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This is a study of the paradigm shift of books into a digital world. It looks at the strengths and weaknesses of both digital and printed literature as well as the publishing systems around them.

This is a dissertation. A 2nd version of this text will be released, without a maximum word count that will be able to into deeper research and analysis.
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Chris Mason reviewed on July 13, 2018

Even though this book was printed in 2009 and therefore very old this book is very well written and is worth a read. The author's dissertation goes over the history of publishing the pros and cons of both traditional publishing and E publishing and goes over the future of both formats. Personally I would recommend this book to anybody interested in the subjects of history or publishing or both. The one downside of this book is that due to copyright issues the author had to remove the images of some of the graphs and charts mentioned.
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