Some e-Thoughts on e-Books

A recent post on the blog Dead Tree Edition made an interesting observation: The once-exploding U.S. e-book sales have slowed considerably, according to R. R. Bowker, a marketing research firm targeting publishers, booksellers, and librarians. How can that be? Aren’t we on a preordained path to a digital world?

 

The Five Elements of a Postal Solution Blog Series

The End.

We’ve reached the end of our blog series.

We want to thank all of the guest bloggers who participated:

Week 1: Richard Kielbowicz, Steve Hutkins, and Jim Campbell

Week 2: Cliff Guffey, Alan Robinson, and John Callan

Week 3: Steve Ressler, Dan Combs, and John Payne

Week 4: Jessica Lowrance, John Waller, and Jeff Colvin

Week 5: Roger Kodat, Jim Sauber, and Elmar Toime

We also want to thank all of the commenters who took the time to add their views.

 

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