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Is technology a help or a hindrance for writers?

Veröffentlicht von Sam Sedgman | | abgelegt unter: ,

The internet can be a real problem. Or at least that’s how many writers, including Zadie Smith and Nick Hornby, sometimes feel. They are two of a cohort of writers who confess to keeping their ...

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About Change and Digital Oblivion/ Változás – A frissítés mint felejtés

Veröffentlicht von Szilárd Borbély | | abgelegt unter: ,

I am searching on the internet. I am searching for the word “change.” The most important change to shape the technology of research is the fact that now we always start with the internet. Myself ...

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Media Tax, Not TV Licence Fees/ Mediensteuer statt Fernsehabgabe

Veröffentlicht von Beat Mazenauer | | abgelegt unter: ,

Swiss citizens recently voted about new regulations for their radio and television licence fees. The result was an extremely close vote for a licence fee that, similar to the German model, is not ...

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Wrong and right – right or wrong?/ Falsch und richtig – richtig oder falsch? (3)

Veröffentlicht von Anna Kim | | abgelegt unter: ,

Finally, I would like to speculate on three (almost) non-polemical (non-partisan) thoughts:

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WOMEN ON THE EDGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN

Veröffentlicht von Katja Perat | | abgelegt unter: ,

I never belonged to the big fans of crime stories. I never knew the collected works of Agatha Christie by heart. When Stieg Larsson became a big thing, I did not even try hard enough to go to the ...

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Wrong and right – right or wrong?/ Falsch und richtig – richtig oder falsch? (2)

Veröffentlicht von Anna Kim | | abgelegt unter: ,

Can a ‘wrong’ Austrian produce ‘right’ Austrian literature? I haven’t escaped this question so far. It seems to be a genuine ‘questionable case’ (Fragefalle), or a ‘trap’ question (Fallenfrage).

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The E-Book Market: How English is Displacing Smaller Languages

Veröffentlicht von Renata Zamida | | abgelegt unter: ,

What do e-books mean in the context of preserving “lesser used languages”? Practically nothing. Whoever works in the book industry knows what the wider used languages are, and what they mean. This is ...

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