Software Is Eating The World. It's Also Eating The Book
Posted at 8:26AM Tuesday 01 Jul 2014
According to a new survey by the Association of American Publishers and the Book Industry Study Group, publishers earned more from digital book sales than from traditional bookstores.
But, in New York Magazine, Kevin Roose points out, there's another piece of news. "The e-book market is changing, too. Increasingly, when people read e-books, they're doing it on their existing tablets and smartphones, not on devices built expressly for reading."
US Publishers Earn More through Online Sales than Physical Stores (goodereader)
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