Many wonder if the bevy of new eReaders will make printed literature obsolete. It is easier than ever for people to carry multiple books along wherever they go. This new development and technology has some upsides and downsides. In the past few years the sales of print books have gone down. This is the same for magazines and newspapers too. The readers have been blamed for this new development. It’s also possible that sales are going down because more people are getting their information from the Internet.Never heard of this before? Get up to speed here.
Certainly, it will be harder to sell print novels in as great a number as previously, but people are still buying books, newspapers and magazines in tremendous numbers. They are doing it through the Internet and downloading those novels to their Ereaders. Once they read a book and really like it, they will likely go out and buy a printed copy. Why? People who enjoy the printed word will want to have a physical copy of their favorite books at home.
No matter how good and eReader gets it is simply no replacement for the printed page. There is something about holding a physical copy of the book that is satisfying and pleasing to the eye. No, the printed word will never be obsolete.