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Don’t Panic, Print Books Aren’t Going Anywhere

Our world is inundated with digital technology: mobile phones, laptops, iPads, smart cars, smart homes… The entirety of human knowledge is at our fingertips. The Internet revolutionized how we access information. It wasn’t long before people began to predict that the elimination of print was on the horizon. After all, when the Amazon Kindle was […]

Who is really out of touch?

Recently, Slate featured an excerpt from Andrew Piper’s book Book was There:  Reading in Electronic Times.  This excerpt was titled:  Out of Touch: E-reading Isn’t Reading.  The article goes on to describe how St. Augustine’s conversion came about because of reading, and to explain the profound importance of holding a book in your hands, a […]