New digital printing technology that will be unveiled at Düsseldorf, Germany’s drupa exhibition (a quadrennial affair known as “the Olympics of printing") is said to as capable of high-quality printing as any tablet reader, and could herald a "second digital revolution in printing."
After Orwell, what happened to depictions of poverty in fiction? Roger Crum argues that despite the global recession, “writers show no sign of exploring deprivation or exigency.” One commenter suggests the reason is because “taking a holiday in other people's misery is no longer as easy a route to literary fame as it once was,” while another recommends Barbara Demmick's Nothing to Envy and Dave Eggers's What is the What as contemporary examples.
Time, Bloomberg Business Week, and The New Yorker win big at the National Magazine awards
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