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We are all Londoners in this age of anywhere technologies

In Mario Carpo's brilliant study Architecture in the Age of Printing , in which he traces the origins of modern architecture back to Gutenberg and the invention of moveable type, Carpo makes the point that publishing and printing are two different things and have not always been connected. There was publishing before printing, he says, and now there is, through electronic information technology, publishing after printing.

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