I started to watch a video @soundpack, where Seth Godin was being interviewed about his new book by @WarrenWhitlock. Check it out http://t.co/I0qH1FHV
The interview, mainly about ‘Grit’, was conducted in Godin’s office with a bookshelf full of books behind them. When asked about his books, Godin said ‘A book is a reminder of an idea. I look at a book and I remember the idea. Who knows where it is on my harddrive?’
For visual people, a visible medium like a hardcopy book is often a tangible experience not to be discounted in a world besotted with technology
What do you think?