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The Price of On-Screen Reading Interfaces Versus Print Interfaces: Open Access Publishing

Chantal Normand Throughout my first paper, I discussed how during the last thirty years technological reading interfaces and devices such as computers, tablets, E-books, and desktop publishing have begun to slowly replace printed books, handwritten documents, magazines, and other print … Continue reading

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The Potential Pros and Cons of Stone Paper

Mykaela Mennie For my first essay of the year, I argued that stone was a medium that was basically obsolete, specifically when talking about inscriptions. No one uses stone to pass along messages anymore, and while the method of inscribing … Continue reading

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