A storm is raging around the book, the Internet, and the way we think. What value will the book have in the digital age? The executive producer and director share their thoughts.
The American blogger, journalist and author sparked online controversy in 2005.
The big data expert calls for new legislation to preserve privacy and regulate algorithms.
Formerly an IT consultant, he self-published his first sci-fi novel and landed a bestseller.
The author and Internet pioneer warns against manipulation through big data.
The thriller author describes how data impact society and how apps can alter our behavior.
He rescued the Luther Bible when the Herzogin Anna Amalia Library went up in flames.
Who decides what we read? What price will we pay for it? How will big data continue to change the book in the future - and the way we think? DW has compiled more on these pressing issues.
How will we read in the future? DW's Jochen Kürten muses on the art of reading in the digital age.
DW's Jefferson Chase explains what the Germans could learn from the English-language book market.
Paperback or e-book? Find out what and how host Kate Müser and the film crew like to read.
From Los Angeles to New York, from Hamburg to Mainz - a transatlantic journey.
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