Some predict traditional fiction will be superannuated by new technology. But it already uses better hard and software
An interesting salvo in the debate about books and technology. The writer argues that books are, and always will be, superior to any technology because they are written by writers. Writers who are masters of their craft and who build worlds for us out of words. Technology can certainly use books but cannot improve on them. It goes on to argue that games are not, and never will be, better than stories.
It is certainly thought provoking and would make a good class debate…
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