Paper brought to book

Mar 01, 2007
<div class="bold"> <p><strong>Ian Williams</strong> worries about rewriting history</p> </div>
Books breed at night, with a surreptitious rustle of pages; there is no other explanation for their proliferation. But the days of excess paper may be short-lived. In the old days, backup meant laboriously interleaving the carbon paper in the typewriter and

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