|08-11-2005, 11:35 AM||#1|
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Teleread podcast on p-books vs. e-books
Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti shares her opinion on print books versus e-books in the first Teleread podcast. Coming herself from the print publishing industry, she argues that while e-books don't have the physical touch and smell of paper books and thus should not replace them, smaller independent publishing houses still need to become aware of what e-books can do, what profits can be made, and how to enter the market:
Most authors don't know who to go to for e-books, and perhaps what we need is some better reference ... and maybe that exists and I just don't know about it yet because I am pretty new to the e-book scene.
Of course Teleread and Mobileread are the perfect two places for book authors, to flutter their eyelashes, to have a chat with us and to be enlightened about the benefits of e-books!
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