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    Amazon is now selling more ebooks than physical books. That's more than paperback and hardbacks combined. I think it also explains why every time I go to a Barnes and Noble they've taken out more books to make room for puzzles, toys, games, study aids, etc.. Print might not be dead, but the people making it are in deep shit.
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    Considering that more and more known, print-published authors are putting out $0.99 Kindle ebooks, I'm not surprised. Mine's full of cheap, often free, stuff from authors whose print books I was buying in stores a year ago.

    I was really anti-ebook until I got mine for Christmas. I'm a real convert, now, though. I love the thing.
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    Considering Amazon must be the world's biggest book seller, that is huge news. Must say I'm surprised, but apparently I'm a wood-pulp dinosaur.
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    warren ellis

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