As the world turn, so it shifts and what we had taken for granted is called into question. Perhaps nowhere is this shift more obvious and profound than in the transition from print to digital in the literary and photographic worlds. The printed book, which came into existence when Guttenberg decided to make the Bible available to the literate class, has become not only a repository of knowledge and beauty, but a repository of the soul itself.
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