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Old 09-17-2008, 09:58 AM   #5
bbusybookworm
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The problem IMHO is that a lot of people looking at Ebook readers are looking at reading ebooks as a Either / Or Preposition. Not as Complementary distribution channel or device.

They often overlook or discount its benefits for a number of people, which may not apply to the population at large.

Still, its good to see the discussion coming into the mainstream as opposed to the world or Geeks and Early adaptors
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