Is the E-Reader Revolution Already Over?

It was just five years ago that E-readers (such as the Amazon Kindle) began to become popular — and started clobbering tradition bookstores such as the now out-of-business Borders. During 2011, 25 million E-readers were sold, and Barnes & Noble’s Nook (among others) had also become major players. But the meteoric rise of E-readers is […]

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Newsweek: Another Print Publication Bites the Dust

It was announced recently, that Newsweek will soon no longer be available in print. This continues the trend of publishing in digital and E-reader formats. Some print publications have become too expensive to produce and distribute, and there is the problem of unsold copies. Add to that the declining interest of people in reading printed […]

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How Companies Are Tracking E-Reader Behavior

We are being tracked in so many ways. Here is more “Big Brother” stuff in a report by the Wall Street Journal. Click the photo to learn more. Photo by William Duke

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