Prize falls to bits

February 9, 1996

MIT professor Nicholas Negroponte was a surprise winner in the Krasna Kraus awards for books on the moving image. His Being Digital, which argued that when television becomes a stream of bits it can carry any kind of information whatsoever, scooped the Pounds 10,000 prize in the category for technical contribution to our understanding.

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