Clusterflock: Paper is the New Internet.
Cf.: The Printed Blog, Things Our Friends Have Written on the Internet, Meet the New Schtick.
Ooh I have sooo much to say about this. On the road. Compiling thoughts for later.
It’s like we all read the same blogs. Incidentally, David Gray’s new book might also interest you. It is print media meets wikipedia, or, at least, attempting to be.
Ahh! Love Gray’s book; what a cool idea. I wish it were a little cheaper — $25 feels expensive to me. $9 and I’d totally be in on the beta right now.
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