But for this slim philosophical volume, a clarion call for invigorating education with the kind of self-discovery and creativity that so often flow organically from play, such a conventional route just seemed, well, a tad conventional.
"It would have been less true to the themes of the book," says Thomas.
Instead, befitting a book that says notions of literacy should be expanded to include "how information is transmitted through new phenomena, such as viral distribution," the authors dived head first into the world of self-publishing with a digital on-demand publishing service. The result is a 100-page publication that may be significant not only for what it says but how it came to say it.
Via Ana Cristina Pratas, Larry Davies