‘A whole library in a wafer-like form’ – interview with Kate Pullinger in Observer, 22 February 2009

www.guardian.co.uk/books/2009/feb/22/ebooks-technology-internet-downlaods-culture

An article by Kate Kellaway in the Observer (UK) newspaper this weekend that discusses the future of reading/books, and via an interview with Kate Pullinger mentions The Breathing Wall, Inanimate Alice and our upcoming project for the Museum of the Future of History of the Book.

Amusing that this discussion of future literacy has been given a URL that includes the typo ‘downlaods’…