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Re: Computers and books



So, then is it still a book, or something else? What about the properties
of bookness?

p.


>Jim - I agree, mostly, and all of the books I have produced up to this point
>have been those that you could hold in your hand and experience as the
>sensual objects they are. But I am anticipating an enormous use of my limited
>resources in producing the book I have in mind. This is an exploration of
>possibility, not set in stone. Since I would design the book on the computer
>anyway, it just seems logical to consider envisioning it in a new way.
Barbara



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