Cory Doctorow knocks another one out of the friggin’ park with this essay in Locus: You Do Like Reading Off a Computer Screen. He’s nailed a point that’s been floating around in my head half-formed for awhile now. Literature still exists in this era…but the novel as a primary text-based unit of sale may be as antiquated as 60-minute albums and 15-hour operas are today. Just go read it; the man’s a genius of this era. He groks the spew.

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