Printing publications, leaflets, books magazines etc. A huge debate surrounds the validity of traditional print. There is a common increase in popularity more hands on independent printing procedures. The new advances of technology has meant there is now interactive Portable Document Files (PDF’s), E-books and E-magezines, but yet still even with the constant software updates and adaptations the call for traditional print continues.
Revival, mediocre, technology, nostalgia, social value
- What could be the main reasons for the contemporary print revival in the UK?
- How might digital online culture have contributed to the revival of print culture? Discuss with reference to ‘slow media’.
- The ‘death of print is nothing new’ – discuss
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