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Old 02-03-2007, 06:00 PM   #13
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I'm surprised Nintendo hasn't released a reader package for the DS, to tweak Sony if for no other reason. (Yes, I know there's a homebrew version out there, but something commercial would probably draw more traffic.) They have that series of brain games. A way to read books seems right in line, and I think it could completely counter the common publisher argument that "kid's books don't sell as ebooks." Which is already false, but let kids read them on a device they already carry -- the DS or a video iPod -- and I bet they'd sell even better than they do already.
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