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Gutenberg

Johann , original name Johannes Gensfleisch. ?1398--1468, German printer; inventor of printing by movable type
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The digital textbooks, developed by Gutenberg Technology, are an interactive learning experience offering Pearson mobile learning content on Apple, Android and the brand new Windows 8, they can be downloaded at http://bit.
Gutenberg is given credit as the source of movable type printing.
The fair is an "effort to give away millions of e-books to millions of people and to publicize the world of e-books to the world at large," he writes at Project Gutenberg News.
The Johannes Gutenberg University, one of Germany's leading, universities has its own Centre for Research on the Arab World.
In 1440 Gutenberg invented the printing press, meaning books could be mass produced for the first time.
Petraeus and Gutenberg commended the NATO's new strategy as it would focus
The Bible was the first book to be printed using the technique of movable type printing, which Johann Gutenberg invented in the 1450s.
Making the biggest technological leap since Gutenberg, for only $99.
From Gutenberg To Open Type: An Illustrated History Of Type From The Earliest Letterforms To The Latest Digital Fonts by Robin Dodd (Associate Lecturer, London College of Communications) is a seminal and detailed historical survey of the printed letter from the era of the Gutenberg press moveable fonts down to today's desktop publishing software typefaces.
EVER since Johann Gutenberg invented the printing press and gave birth to mass media, the written word has belonged to a privileged few.
Harper Corporation of America, Charlotte, NC, USA, recently donated four Platinum XLT anilox rolls to Centro de Investigacion Grafica Juan Gutenberg (Johannes Gutenberg Graphic Research Centre), a nonprofit educational institution noted for its academic excellence in professional graphics education.