Accessed via the internet, of course.
I read Lessing's
Nobel lecture on the internet - on the official web site of the Nobel Foundation.
I'm sure that it's available in print, but I trust that most of the people who
read the entire lecture, rather than the snippets that got top billing in various
news reports (many of those via the internet as well) did so from that same site.
Frankly, I never really gave a second thought to looking for it anywhere else,
or to finding it there. To a very large extent the internet is, for me, a print
medium, meaning that I read things "there", as I once did with a newspaper
or a book in my hands. If it has "seduced" me, it would seem that the
seduction in question is toward more reading and less television, since it offers
me, at my fingertips, a vast library of reading
Go to: Should that really make headlines?, or
Go to: The internet and some of its discontents.