I suppose my interpretation is that a focus on the print book is not the most relevant. It seems to me to be a bit of a distraction since the print book itself is in such a state of flux. It’s more easily found (even if out of print) via sites like Amazon (and their extended market place), it could be distributed mainly through pdf copies with less frequents prints (eg lulu.com) enabling self-publishing, some people even make books from their blogs. If indeed it was a tool for dominance in the power games of knowledge, then new arenas for text and conversation do not diminish this, any more than the old ones did. I’ll shut up now and go and think about a blog post on dualities and dualisms in this context.