The Future of Reading

Green, John
January 2010
School Library Journal;Jan2010, Vol. 56 Issue 1, p24
Trade Publication
In this article the author describes a novella that the he is posting chapter-by-chapter on a Web page that is hidden behind riddles created by Alexander Basalyga. Readers must solve several difficult riddles before they can access the story. Although the story has not attracted many readers, the author believes that a better story with easier riddles will attract many more readers and that people will continue to read. The author offers his optimistic vision of the future of libraries and reading


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