A modern book launch requires an online presence. What happens when an author dedicated solely to his craft has to handle such technological promotions?
With e-books, a book can be cheaply and easily updated even after publication, eliminating the need to get it right the first time.
There is currently no market for used e-books. Does this benefit the publisher and hurt the consumer? Or is it lose-lose?
Why spend hundreds of dollars on a dedicated e-book reader when you can get a multipurpose smartphone for half the price?
We can already buy books from international retailers — so why is an international Kindle such a legal mess?
Simon & Schuster says their multimedia vooks contain exclusive content. Not for long, I say.
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