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Future of Print Books?

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Omer Said, Nov 7, 2015.

  1. Omer Said

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    E-Books are getting more and more popular with each passing day. And the new generations grow up with handheld devices as if they are a part of their body. Do you think we will have no more printed books in 50-60 years? Or print will have an audience all the time?

    I think e-book take over would be better for the future as no resources would be wasted by printing books. With the advanced devices with natural lighting systems like Kindle, reading e-books are also becoming less tiresome for the eyes. But some people will always prefer holding books in their hands physically. What do you feel?
     
  2. Tim Ling

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    Personally, I love ebooks, especially as I cant use my right hand. Whether on my phone or tablet, I find my kindle app is brilliant, especially with kindle unlimited.
     
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  3. Morten Wernersen

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    I'm old fashioned, I like my books in a paper copy, I don't really like sitting with a tablet or phone and read.
     
  4. Andrew

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    This little video says it all my friends ;) ;) ;) ---->
     
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