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  1. joyoge designers' bookmark

    great article thanks..

  2. Paula

    One thing that might hamper its adoption is the price… not of the device, but of its content! Pirated music became popular long before the iPod came around: http://sn.im/boz9b [www_psfk_com]

  3. Zinni

    Paula,

    I agree. That is why I think that in order for the kindle to really gain traction it is going to need to support more formats and hold content that comes from outside Amazon. PDF support strikes me as an obvious conclusion, however I do not know the technical details behind supporting such a feature… I do know it would make sense outside reading books though (something Amazon might not want).

  4. Marie Poulin

    “This perfect emulation of the experience isn’t there quite yet,”

    I don’t think the web *should* emulate print perfectly. Its such a different medium, and our society is in such a transitional phase, that I think there may come a time where people do not crave the ‘tangible’ the way we do now. It is because we are used to reading books that we feel it is necessary. I think we need to embrace the medium as it is, and stop thinking about how it should emulate print so perfectly. I’m excited to see where technology will go, and see how much it can actually integrate into our lives. Embrace it, its here to stay! :)

  5. Tracey Grady

    The experience of reading an e-book may improve over time but it will take a lot longer - if at all - for people to opt for e-books as a preferred reading experience. Paperbacks and hardcovers don’t heat up, get flat batteries or have flickering screens.

    The price point for devices like this will have to come down (which is likely) if they are to become popular. They do have potential advantages for people with reduced vision e.g. the ability to enlarge text for elderly readers. In many countries the older population will increase considerably over the next decade or so, so devices which cater to this age group will come into their own.

    Will that supercede the printed book? I don’t think so.

  6. Zinni

    Tracey I think you make a great point about the aging population and the added usability of an eBook reader, something I did not think of. This seems like a huge market just waiting to be tapped?

  7. Ebook Reader Enthusiast

    I think that ebooks are going to be a great tool. They will probably adapt more to meet our demands but I really don’t think that it will be long before students will be using these in the classroom on a regular basis. They provide the capability to transport hundreds of books without the weight or frustration of carrying paperbacks. I think that for the older generation they are excellent. I always felt bad for my grandmother, who LOVED reading, but could only read large print books, and those are not easy to find nor do many of the new releases come in large print. In a few years I will be going back to school for my Masters and I am hoping that ebooks will have evolved even more so that I can just use one of those for all my research, school books, and study.

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