At Nobel Symposium “Going Digital”

I am currently at Nobel Symposium 147 “Going Digital: Evolutionary and Revolutionary Aspects of Digitization” at the Royal Academy of Sciences in Stockholm. This is the first morning and the program will continue for the whole week. This morning Robert Darnton, Harvard University, will start the day off through¬†“A Literary Tour de France, 1778”. Subsequently Adrian van Der Weel, Leiden University, will talk about “Explorations in the Libroverse” and just before lunch, Nicholas Barker, The Book Collector,¬†will about “Google, Gutenberg and earlier revolutions in communication”. If time allows, I will do some reporting here.

Update: There is a windows media stream available from here.

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