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The future of content

Martin Weller has an excellent article on the future of content, presenting an economic and a quality argument for why it’s bound to be (in my terms) miscellanized.

This is the first in a “distributed blogging” experiment that will have three other bloggers responding. [Tags: content publishing books clay_shirky martin_weller long_tail chris_anderson]

One Response to “The future of content”

  1. on 01 Oct 2007 at 5:41 pmSam

    British Library books go digital…

    “Whereas Microsoft is working with the British Library, Google is digitising the work of five of the world’s other renowned libraries – Stanford, Harvard, and Michigan university libraries, the New York public library and the Bodleian library in Oxford.”