Marta Escamilla Monell | Jordi Panyella Carbonell
Almost 10% of what we read nowadays is in digital format, which is why we are looking into the digital impact of this area.
A confined writer keeps himself entertained by rearranging his private library and seeking refuge in books as windows to other worlds.
If all the information we need is already available on the internet, what can libraries offer? Four libraries in Seoul use books to generate physical experiences that dispense with screens.
Publishing books using environmentally-friendly criteria requires rethinking the entire publishing process: from conceptualisation to communication.
New forms of content creation and consumption are forcing the publishing industry to redefine its production and distribution model.
Artificial intelligence, big data, and virtual reality are set to change the book world over the next ten years.
Can self-publishing democratize content-publishing and be a challenge to the status quo of book sector?
Literature and computer science would seem to be remote, but they convergence have radically changed the way we read and write stories.
In the post-digital era, print can be culturally subversive, particularly when its unchangeability is strategically used instead of rejected as obsolete.
We can understand the prefix ‘post’ in a temporal way: by thinking of each era as a period that sees itself as subsequent to the previous one.