Library without books

Library without books

I am sure most of you have heard of ebooks the electronic equal of what we commonly refer to as hard-back books. Or what people in the e-book community refer to as dead-tree books. =) The real question this raises are people going to pay for a $400 e-book reader, when they can go buy a paper-back novel for $3.00…..

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  1. Seems to me to get people to use a reader it would have to pack a lot in it like 500 books in your hand. The iPod is great because you can carry so much in such a small package. Or, better yet, the content should be easily updatable for the price of the subscription. Never out of date because new developments would be like Windows updates. Would work for technical books.

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