Do e-books and other stuff visible "on screen" can take paper books compeletely?
Completely, as in, no more books being printed for any reason - no, I don't think so. But the advent of the Kindle and Nook and iPad are clearly shifting away from the book to electronic formats. I can imagine a future where some people will have read many book-length items without ever reading a book.
by Janis Goad 6 years ago
Do you prefer reading books in paper or e-reader form, like Kindle or Kobo, and why?
by Adele Cosgrove-Bray 6 years ago
Ebooks are changing the publishing industry. They're also changing the way in which people access books. For the first time, ebooks are apparently outselling paperbacks; and as the price of ereaders continues to drop, it seems likely that this trend will continue.Will trade paperbacks...
by Susan Holland 7 years ago
Do you enjoy reading books or would you rather read from a computer screen and/or e-reader?Are books going out of style?
by William Benner 18 months ago
Do you prefer ebooks or the traditional paper books?I am curious about what the the authors on HubPages prefer to write or even read.Paper or plastic?
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