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Old 01-10-2008, 12:05 PM   #12
Steven Lyle Jordan
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yes I do believe he's correct, as much as we're ebook and book fans here, the average man on the street is lucky he even reads anymore , never mind dropping 3 to 4 bills on a device to read electronically. No if Amazon Subsidizes the Hardware and offers it free or cheap with some kind of Yearly Membership then maybe...
True, book reading isn't exactly soaring, but sales of magazines and other periodicals are growing steadily. I maintain that the "killer app" for e-books will probably be summed up by 2 words: "color magazines." The first company to create a color reader and subscriptions to online versions of popular magazines, they won't be able to make enough of 'em.
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