Track Changes

Author: Matthew G. Kirschenbaum
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674969448
Size: 74.47 MB
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Writing in the digital age has been as messy as the inky rags in Gutenberg’s shop or the molten lead of a Linotype machine. Matthew Kirschenbaum examines how creative authorship came to coexist with the computer revolution.

Track Changes

Author: Matthew G. Kirschenbaum
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674417070
Size: 62.33 MB
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Writing in the digital age has been as messy as the inky rags in Gutenberg’s shop or the molten lead of a Linotype machine. Matthew Kirschenbaum examines how creative authorship came to coexist with the computer revolution.

Track Changes

Author: Matthew G. Kirschenbaum
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674969464
Size: 78.50 MB
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Writing in the digital age has been as messy as the inky rags in Gutenberg’s shop or the molten lead of a Linotype machine. Matthew Kirschenbaum examines how creative authorship came to coexist with the computer revolution.

The Iron Whim

Author: Darren Sean Wershler-Henry
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801445866
Size: 66.75 MB
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The Iron Whim is an intelligent, irreverent, and humorous history of writing culture and technology.

Plain Text

Author: Dennis Tenen
Publisher: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 1503602346
Size: 41.22 MB
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This book challenges the ways we read, write, store, and retrieve information in the digital age.

Bomber

Author: Len Deighton
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780008124861
Size: 17.53 MB
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The classic novel of the Second World War that relates in devastating detail the 24-hour story of an allied bombing raid. Bomber is a novel of war. There are no victors, no vanquished.

How The Page Matters

Author: Bonnie Mak
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 080209760X
Size: 23.43 MB
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It is also a dynamic device, readily transformed to suit the needs of contemporary readers. In How the Page Matters, Bonnie Mak explores how changing technology has affected the reception of visual and written information.

The Future Of The Book

Author: Geoffrey Nunberg
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520204515
Size: 27.30 MB
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While the contributors to this volume are enthusiastic about the possibilities created by digital technologies, they also see the new meida raising serious critical issues that force us to reexamine basic notions about rhetoric, reading, ...

Paraliterary

Author: Merve Emre
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022647397X
Size: 29.17 MB
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In this book, Emre suggests that we think of bad readers not as non-literary but as "paraliterary," forged in institutions that have promoted literacy and writing well outside literature departments throughout the postwar period.

Closed Captioning

Author: Gregory J. Downey
Publisher: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801893437
Size: 66.28 MB
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Gregory J. Downey discusses how digital computers, coupled with human mental and physical skills, made live television captioning possible.