"The Internet is destroying a good number of things while making a fairly decent number of exciting new things—but in particular, it sure has got its hands around the neck of dear old literary culture. What is literary culture? It’s what used to mean ‘participation in a community that purchases and consumes and discusses and participates in argument about the content and form of written work.’ Or… wait. Is the Internet strangling us? I change my mind hourly."
—Choire Sicha, editor of The Awl, details the ways in which the Internet kills—and saves—book culture.