“Fantastic, joyous, thrilling and boundless variety”

“…think of books as Darwin’s finches, taking off from the mainland of ink on paper, and populating an archipelago of electronic devices.”

“What we will get is experiments, innovation and above all variety. Fantastic, joyous, thrilling and boundless variety.”

Read more at Darwin’s Library: Evolution, Not Extinction (April 2010)

Via Libraryland


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