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Innovation & Stagnation in the Traditonal Publishing Industry

The Tribune Company did something that surprised me the other day: it released a new product. An app, to be specific. Newsbeat converts newspapers into audio, so people can listen to them in the car, on their iPhone and in … Continue reading

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Print Books Aren’t Dying, But They’re Definitely Changing

It’s a new year. We’re humans, so we love the endless art of speculation. If you’re a writer, an avid reader, or both, there’s probably one big question on your mind in particular: are print books going to stick around … Continue reading

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eBooks: The Future of Writing, Once Everyone Gets Over It

Reading Time: ~5 minutes When the Kindle first came out, I remember a distinct feeling as my heart sunk into a swamp of pessimism. This is it, I thought. I am an English major, an aspiring novelist, a “writer,” at … Continue reading

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