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Device limitations, such as electronic ink which is slow and does not support graphic animations or coloured text, limit the reading experience, and file formats display text and images in a wide range of different ways. It is not the same thing to view a digital text in pdf as in epub or in Word. Level 5: hardware restrictions of the device running the software Lastly, there is a source code which runs the microprocessor and is essential for the device to operate. These processes are like synaptic charges in the human nervous system: they are vital in our thinking processes, though we may not be aware of the the system while it is working.

Authors and publishers can conceive the experience they wish to offer their readers with much greater precision. Books become structuring interfaces to achieve access to the planetary computer, thanks to research developments in the field of electronic paper. From this perspective, according to the author, the book on paper could represent a privileged interface for all kinds of reading activities. For Kaplan publications with a quasi-encyclopaedic format, such as scientific and reference works, and children’s books and narratives are those that will first assume the logic of standardisation and which are most likely to find a market niche.

It is perhaps not altogether surprising that the forms of discourse that arise tend to reflect those of the pre-information era. The participants tend to be quite at home with the ‘official’ forms of communication in the field to be discussed. However, their exchanges do not have the flavour of newspapers written in the modern age. Firstly, the right to give an opinion has expanded. Websites, blogs, wikis, social networks, etc. invert the effect of the nineteenth-century pair-bonding and professionalisation of the disciplines that Raymond Williams (1983) described as a transition from the republic of letters to the bureacracy of letters, in which a writer can no longer speak for himself or herself but is rather ‘obliged to be continuously declaring his or her style and department and to be subjected to an examination of his or her objectives and credentials on the frontier of each field’.

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