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Why the Knight Foundation president thinks we’re living through the biggest disruption since Gutenberg and the printing press

“We’re in a period analogous, truly analogous, to the time in Europe just after Gutenberg mechanized the Chinese invention of the printing press,” Alberto Ibargüen, president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, told me. “After Gutenberg, any Tom, Dick or Martin Luther could print whatever they want, and it took a hundred […]
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