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Re: What future do you see for eBooks?
« Reply #30 on: July 01, 2017, 02:35:32 PM »
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I personally love actual books more. I do believe that there are a lot of good quality e-books out there though, but those just aren't for me. I like to hold the things I read, through a hard-bound book that I could display on a shelf. As for the future of e-books, I think there's not a lot of future for it unless it's free; this is because I know a lot of people who would rather pay for a hard-bound book rather than just something they could save on their device.

Like you I prefer books made of paper. Although I have a Kindle I very rarely use it and only have free books on it. However not everyone feels the same way as we do. Some people are so wrapped up in technology that they'd never think of buying a "real" book any more. It's so much easier to download books off the internet than it is to go out to a shop and search for the book you want on the shelf. And it usually costs more too.

Re: What future do you see for eBooks?
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