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Friday, May 28, 2010
by PopMatters Staff
by Stephen Page
The Guardian (28 May 2010)

“The Apple iPad has finally hit the UK – but will it transform the way we read and write books, and will publishers be able to keep up?...Here comes the Apple iPad, and it’s making straight for the publishing industry. But are publishers diving for the dugout or leading a potential revolution in reading? The first part of Nicholas Mosley’s 1990 Whitbread novel of the year Hopeful Monsters is entitled “We Know the Predicament”, the second “So What do We Do?” Publishers might find Mosley’s novel instructive right now, not least for its brilliant imagining of an evolutionary process completed within a single generation. All publishers are now experiencing accelerated change – what should we contribute to the shock of the (not so) new?”


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