Tag Archives: e-readers

The Skinny on Sheepskin

Wired is running a story that links the size of e-readers to sheep.  I think it is a stretch (and they admit it, as well), but the story does have a terrific guide to why books have traditionally been their … Continue reading

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2010 : The Only Year of the E-Reader is a post on Kit Eaton’s blog at Fast Company.  He argues that the days (well, years) of the e-reader are nearly through, because the multi-function tablet seems to be coming into … Continue reading

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E-Readers and the Future

ALA TechSource has a brief blogger forum post on the state of E-Book Readers.  The quote that I think is most worth thinking about comes from Jason Griffey: E-books are the future of reading in a very real way, simply … Continue reading

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