Category Archives: The future of narrative

More long-form reading

A few posts back I mentioned longform.org as the best site I wish I’d never found (because I already spend too much of my day reading stuff.  Not that I wouldn’t like to spend my entire working day reading—if there’s … Continue reading

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Mags for iPad

and then there’s the New Yorker app…

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Best site I wish I’d never found

Oh why oh why did I have to discover longform.org?  I will never get any work done!  I haven’t looked into the Instapaper feature on the site, but here’s the gist of what longform offers: a central clearinghouse of long-form … Continue reading

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Wired for iPad

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The Esquire iPhone app: the future of long form narrative?

Esquire's January issue is an app (video demo).  Will the app store be the new newsstand?  Will a 21st-century format keep long form narrative alive? Or will anyone want to read 3500 words on a 3-inch screen?

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