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“What emerges from the 16th century is a reading public ready to invest in printed material from broadsheets to pamphlets to books that went beyond their trade or devotional lives.”   Over the 16th century, the publishing market was refined: news pamphlets recorded local news in addition to foreign sensationalized news, sensations were the stock […]

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Before Borders

Posted by: | November 28, 2011 | 1 Comment |

Before going into the death of Borders and the changes in the ways we publish and consume written works, it is important to understand how we got here. It all goes back to 618 where the Chinese — not Gutenberg — invented block printing to reproduce copies of the tipao. The tipao were official newsletters […]

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