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The Digital Revolution  and its Effects on Reading

The Digital Revolution and its Effects on Reading

By Sreedevi

Johannes Gutenberg introduced to the world the first mechanical movable type printing and forever changed the way books were written, read and stored. His invention was hailed as a revolution in printing and was

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