How Linux (and Ebooks) will save the publishing world!
Feb 16, 2009, 06:03 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Steve Lake)
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[ Thanks to An Anonymous Reader for
this link. ]
"So where does Linux and Ebooks come into all this?
Well, I'm getting to that. With the explosion of the digital
revolution, and the rise of Ebooks, thanks in part to great Ebook
readers such as Amazon's (Linux powered) Kindle Ebook reader, we're
able to go green, and pack a huge collection of reading material
with us in one handy little package.
"No more bulky books, no more stacks of materials, and no more
newspapers. Why? Because they will all soon find their way onto
Ebook readers. Yes, your daily newspaper will be both online, and
in digital print format. Gone will be the old news stands. Gone
will be the thick morning newspaper you read regularly. Only your
Ebook reader will remain.
"Now some of you most likely still enjoy your morning paper
along with your coffee and donuts. That's fine. But you may quickly
find in the not too distant future, the only way you'll be able to
get your morning paper, is via your Ebook reader."