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    What Is The Future Of Literature?

    Prepare for the worst and hope for the best, I tell my students. Books will probably be gone in a decade, though if we ask politely we may be permitted to keep the ones we already own; après nous le deluge.
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      The future of books by Johan Larsson, via Flickr Article with links for book making apps/sites.

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      Great technology suggestions for high school literature teachers. Apps and downloads to support teaching literature and writing.

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      What's the hacker culture to do with re-engineering textbooks that will work for the future? The digital containers to carry the contents aren't important, what matters is the paradigm shift behind the digital revolution.

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