The Future of Digital Publishing: Going Back to Hieroglyphics
from Business 2 Community
Since the first hieroglyphics emerged in 4000 BC, communicators have constantly looked for ways to disseminate their work to a larger audience at a faster pace. One of the largest technological innovations to speed up the process was the printing press. Mainstream adoption came with the Gutenberg-style hand operated press in the 1600s. With 240 impressions per hour and everything printed on paper, the art of publishing spread quickly through Europe. Almost 150 years later, the industrial revolution sped up the process even more to 2,400 impressions per hour. Then, almost two centuries later, the advent of the personal computer and the internet took the world of publishing to a completely new level.
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