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Old 07-16-2010, 11:42 AM   #3
Mike L
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We've been hearing of the death of the traditional book for years. Not that long ago, the experts were saying that books would not survive the arrival or the World Wide Web. Before that, television was going to kill off the book. And before that, rado and the cinema.

In fact, there's a rumour that the second book printed by Guthenberg was a treatise on the crisis facing the book industry.
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