E-Reader Collecting Dust or Still Alive?

5 Mar

ripereaderOK, the dust is settling in the whirlwind of e-reader revolution. Sales are slowing and we’ve started noticing something on our subway rides each morning.

We’ve noticed in our daily commute that a year ago, if 10 people were reading on the commute, 8 of them were using a digital reader.  Now, we notice that there is more of a mix of paper books and e-books.  Did you use a digital reader and switch back to paper?  Still use digital or never left your trusty paper book?

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2 Responses to “E-Reader Collecting Dust or Still Alive?”

  1. curlysarahjane March 5, 2013 at 7:04 pm #

    Reblogged this on lifeloveandreading and commented:
    Hmmm, this is interesting! Just ordered a copy of Andrew Piper’s book ‘Book was there : reading in electronic times’ at work… Can’t wait to follow it up.

  2. literaryninja March 5, 2013 at 11:56 pm #

    i never abandoned my paper books, though i do have an e- reader app on my phone for when i’m bored and don’t have a book, or can’t read it just then

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