This may not directly relate, but seemed worth adding. In his latest newsletter, Lawrence Block writes some thoughts on e-books.
I've been all caught up in the ebook whirl, and I think that's the right word for it. All of publishing is changing at warp speed, and I've stopped declaring that ebooks are the future. Ebooks used to be the future. Now they're the present. You can embrace this evolution or you can whine about it, but you can't effectively deny it. It's what's happening, and what's going to continue to happen.
Full text here:
--- In email@example.com, "patrick lee" <dermdocsx2@...> wrote:
> Thanks to Messers. Crider and Zeltserman for their responses. Here is Duane Swierczynski's answer, similar to Bill and Dave's:
> Hey, Pat--
> Honestly, I'm grateful that you read my work in ANY form, print or e-book. I'm just as happy if someone checks a book of mine out of the library. I think it comes down to what works best for you.
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