Textbook Deathwatch?

10/21/2011 1:18:16 PM

Helen Blowers, Director of Digital Strategy for the Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML), writes about the future of reading in her Library Bytes blog:

There's been a lot of rumors lately about Apple creating a new killer device for the ebook to rival the Kindle, and I think if they do (and it has full color screen and an extended battery life) then I think the E-Ink days are numbered. The evolution of the ebook will explode into a full blown cultural revolution.

Extra credit: @mcleod

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