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Tam Harbert

Many paths indeed. Good stories, well told, will always be in demand. First there was the oral tradition, then hieroglyphics, then Gutenberg came along - and the printing press has had a good long run. Now, we just have a different medium. Who knows how this is going to change writers, and readers, lives? It's going to be very interesting finding out.

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