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Old 01-26-2013, 10:58 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by Iznogood View Post
... E-books actually makes it possible to store a book for all eternity and make it available in libraries long after it's out of print and long after the publisher have lost interest in the book, or banned it and refusing to sell it - what we need is a system that secures the book for the next generations, not a system that duplicates the problem of today with older books disappearing from the libraries, making them hard to get access to, and in some cases impossible to find. ...
Exactly. Ebooks would make it so simple to keep all titles available for future generations. If only everyone would stop trying to control them in a way to maximize their own profits and kill the the book for the future. What author wouldn't love to know that their book is still being read 200 years from now by future generations, or at least the possibility of it.
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