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  • e-publishing oppurtunity in Africa?

    Publishers have long bemoaned Africa's lack of a "book culture" but some hope that the advent of smartphones and the internet could help change this, writes journalist Chris Matthews. The 566% increase in worldwide internet usage since the start of the millennium might appear staggering but not w...

    Tags: e-publishing, africa, digital publishing, future, book

    17. April 2014

  • #TrendingStories

    ‘Identity is not in the past to be found, but in the future to be constructed.’ — Stuart Hall (1996)   Stories form identities; identities form humanity. Narratives constructed on a collective level become history written in books. Every story that we tell, as individua...

    Tags: fact, liverpool, event, trending, stories, new, media, future, e-publishing

    3. June 2014

  • #TrendingStories - The Future of Publishing

    ‘Identity is not in the past to be found, but in the future to be constructed.’ — Stuart Hall (1996)   Stories form identities; identities form humanity. Narratives constructed on a collective level become history written in books. Every story that we tell, as individua...

    Tags: fact, liverpool, event, trending, stories, new, media, future, e-publishing, selfies, hashtags

    3. June 2014

  • Welcome to our fellow Future of Media 2014 conference delegates!

    Welcome from the CRe-AM team! Further to the keynotes and the CRe-AM workshop you attended, please feel free to use this platform to keep in touch with each other and to further your discussions!  

    Tags: media, e-publishing, technology, workshop, future

    9. July 2014

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