Inside the Kindle

Rather than the book as a service, I like to think to the book as directory: simply a .zip file containing all these different formats, possibly provided by the publishing houses or the authors themselves through their own websites. The book, not bound anymore to a software, a device, a platform or a company, will then be easily read, annotated, copy-pasted, shared and reworked. The book will return to be a user-oriented technology. – Silvio Lorusso (@silvi0l0russo) via

Minuette Le

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Minuette Le is a Design Researcher at HPL with an interest in open innovation systems and public services. She has an MFA in Transdisciplinary Design from Parsons the New School for Design with a focus on design research, systems thinking, and service design. Her practice involves design across disciplinary fields and social innovation ranging from urban and community development, food systems, public space interventions, and digital futures.

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