What does it mean to be the only generation in history that will know life with and without the Internet? In this debut work of nonfiction, Michael Harris describes a singular, Gutenberg-scale shift-point in human history.
Press play to listen to an interview with Nora Young, from the CBC's excellent tech program, "Spark."
The cleanest page that the new version of Word allows still has 29 things tagged on, including a rolling word count. Gross. Back to paper.