If you're not aware of the digital publishing revolution, you've been living under a rock. But - as this article indicates - digital-ism is having effects on print other than a simply economic one. And this may be news to you.
When Mark Z. Danielewski's second novel, "Only Revolutions," is published in September, it will include hundreds of margin notes listing moments in history suggested online by fans of his work. Nearly 60 of his contributors have already received galleys of the experimental book, which they're commenting about in a private forum at Mr. Danielewski's Web site, www.onlyrevolutions.com.
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