Sunday, September 24, 2006

Wired

A few days ago I was in Powell's bookstore in Portland, Oregon, one of the best, and biggest, independent bookstores in the country. I was reminded of a Globe column I wrote eleven years ago on the publication of computer guru Nicholas Negroponte's manifesto, Being Digital. The demise of p-books was greatly exaggerated. See this week's Musing.

And for your pleasure, Anne's weekly feast of pixels. She rather likes being digital. Click to enlarge.