Well, folks, tell us something we don't know, right?
But, here it is, in the New York Times. Posted 12/23/08.
According to the article, and correct me if I'm wrong, it sounds like they're crediting the success of the e-readers for the success of e-books.
Okay, I'll bite.
Don't you have to have something to READ before you want to have something to READ it ON?
I say e-books are a success because of the authors, and the e-reader products improved based on demand.
But, that's my humble opinion.
You can read the article here. Turning Page, E-Books Start to Take Hold. Skip the add that might pop up and go straight to the article.
I'd love to hear your opinion.
I guess I can see how the two work together. Authors write ebooks, readers read ebooks. Money is made. Authors write more ebooks.
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