The following link is the response of question four: Compare two publishing technology.
100 Eyes Blog, (2011), ‘Daniel Morel Sued by AFP for Aggressive Assertion of rights’,
http://www.100eyes.org/2010/04/daniel-morel/, accessed 2nd June, 2011
Abigail J. Sellen and Richard H. R. Harper, The Myth of the Paperless Office (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2002; reprint, 2003
Caple, Helen, (2010) ‘What you see and what you get: the evolving role of news photographs in an Australian broadsheet’. In V. Rupar (Ed.). Journalism & Meaning-making: Reading the Newspaper, 199-220. Cresskill, N.J.: Hampton Press.
Laurent, Olivier, (2011a), ‘AFP v. Morel: How will photographers benefit?’ 10th January, 2011, http://www.bjp-online.com/british-journal-of-photography/blog-post/1934548/afp-morel-photographers-benefit, accessed 31st May, 2011
Laurent, Olivier, (2011b), ‘Magnum photographer publishes book on iPad’, British Journal of Photography Online, 1st April, 2011, http://www.bjp-online.com/british-journal-of-photography/news/2039422/magnum-photographer-publishes-book-ipad, accessed 31st May, 2011
Powers, William, (2006) ‘Why Paper is Eternal’ Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, http://www.hks.harvard.edu/presspol/publications/papers/discussion_papers/d39_powers.pdf accessed 3rd June, 2011
Vega, Pablo Corral, (2011) ‘An Abundance of Images: Is It Leading to a ‘Trivialization of Photography’?’ Nieman Reports, Vol. 65, No.1, 78-81