Blog - The Death of the Book has Been...

Blog - The Death of the Book has Been Greatly Exaggerated

There are 1 comment on the Technology Review Feed v2.1 story from Sep 21, 2010, titled Blog - The Death of the Book has Been Greatly Exaggerated. In it, Technology Review Feed v2.1 reports that:

Why are tech pundits so eager to announce that the Ebook is taking over? Tech pundits recently moved up the date for the death of the book, to sometime around 2015 , inspired largely by the rapid adoption of the iPad and the success of Amazon's Kindle e-reader. But in their rush to christen a new era of media consumption, have the pundits ...

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Since: Sep 10

Bristol, ME

#1 Sep 22, 2010
It is unlikely that books will die with some of us not able to purchase the e-readers for economic reasons. For me there is nothing like having a physical book in my hands.

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