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Are Readers Fixed In How They Read?

Posted at 9:11AM Wednesday 23 Apr 2014

Are readers fixed in how they read? One of the frustrations around the digital transition is that despite all of the under-the-hood changes to publishing, this digital re-wiring has stopped at the reader. Readers, by and large, read now how they did before e-books ever existed.

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