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Take the time to watch Professor Gary Hall author of Digitize This Book!: The Politics of New Media, or Why We Need Open Access Now speaking on “Radical Open Access in the Humanities” and why it is a revolutionary idea and also viable.

The conclusion to this lecture, which was delivered at Columbia University in 2010 as part of their OA week activities, is very interesting. He asks us to think differently about the book, not as something that is physically defined or fixed but rather as “liquid”, something that is open to annotation and update. We should see the book more as a node. Interesting thought!

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