Stab a Book, the Book Won't Die — by Craig Mod


31 bookmarks. First posted by jtth 8 days ago.


Stab a Book, the Book Won't Die — by Craig Mod
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13 hours ago by jackysee
Re:
> What do you feel the need to post what you’re posting?
→ Do you feel the ne…
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16 hours ago by oli
Media Accounting 101: Books, appholes, and the implicit contracts we enter into on the internet
4 days ago by probablytom
How do we account for the resilient nature of books? They’re not dead, though according to a hundred years of prognostications of their demise, they should be.…
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4 days ago by wjbr
Stab a Book, the Book Won't Die (cmts )
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5 days ago by rukku
"The immutability of printed books is their superpower. Remember this, because it’s from this immutability that books derive their dead-simple 'contract.'"
books  reading 
5 days ago by tohuvabohu
fait accompli
5 days ago by phutwo
An excellent article on "attention monsters" that pervade the Internet and how they are ruining our lives.
essay  productivity 
5 days ago by b215826
On the resilience of books in the face of apps, attention monsters, and an ad-driven online economy
reading  books  design  attention 
5 days ago by tysone
How do we account for the resilient nature of books? They’re not dead, though according to a hundred years of prognostications of their demise, they should be.…
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5 days ago by tomfm
How do we account for the resilient nature of books? They’re not dead, though according to a hundred years of prognostications of their demise, they should be.…
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5 days ago by motdiem
this is by far the most boringly titled thing i've ever put online, but i think it's worth your time:
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7 days ago by danrubin
Media Accounting 101: Books, appholes, and the implicit contracts we enter into on the internet
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8 days ago by invisibldigitl
Media Accounting 101: Books, appholes, and the implicit contracts we enter into on the internet
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8 days ago by craigmod
Media Accounting 101: Books, appholes, and the implicit contracts we enter into on the internet
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8 days ago by jtth