Thursday, March 18, 2010


"In the end, whether books come on clay or wrapped in vellum, whether they are as ornately illustrated as “The Book of Kells,” or as plain as a city directory, I have to place my trust in readers. Tactile readers, e-readers: Save us all! Never give up on the power of the written word, no matter the form, and hold its gatekeepers accountable."

-Timothy Egan, The New York Times Opinionator blog

1 comment:

  1. Oh ... I like this quite a bit because I feel that well written words do not care how they are delivered to a reader's eyes.