Neglect

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  1. Joseph Hutchison
    Joseph Hutchison December 14, 2009 at 5:57 pm .

    You&#39;re almost certainly right about &quot;too much information.&quot; So maybe it&#39;s good <a href="http://www.bowker.com/index.php/press-releases/563-bowker-reports-us-book-production-declines-3-in-2008-but-qon-demandq-publishing-more-than-doubles&quot; rel="nofollow">news</a> that in 2008 the number of new books and editions published in the U.S. declined 3%, to a mere 275,232. I imagine

  2. The Storialist
    The Storialist December 13, 2009 at 8:29 pm .

    An interesting question.<br /><br />Actually, I think that is is the abundance of publishing opportunities that allows this neglect to be possible. There is just too much information, everywhere, and it&#39;s hard to wade through it to find what connects with the individual reader. <br /><br />Of course, I applaud the access that blogs, online journals, and print journals afford readers. <br />

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