Digital Pioneers on Paper: HBR Blog

July 12, 2011 § Leave a comment

Here is a great post from the Havard Business Review blog that talks about the seemingly ironic move that tech start-up gurus like Seth Godin, Eric Ries and Gary Vaynerchuk have made recently. They’ve published long-form books. You might think that the obvious medium for their musings would be digital. Why did the serial-entrepreneurs turn to paper? Read this interesting post on what’s behind their surprisingly traditional approach to literature.

What do you think about the publishing world today? Are books really dead? How do you see the future of books in a digital age? Please leave me your comments below.

 

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