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Old 09-11-2005, 08:13 AM   #1
Colin Dunstan
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E-books could be more than just type

Has it ever occured to you that e-books appear dull and boring? E-books could contain illustrations, photos and diagrams without increasing their weight or volume. E-books could also contain aminated video clips and clips of music or poetry. So why have e-book publishers been so hesitant in adding extra content to e-books that could make them more valuable to many than regular paper books? Listen to Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti's call for "better-looking" e-books through her latest podcast at Teleread.

Related: On the Future of Readers

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