Friday, 16 July 2010

Knopf Doubleday say ebooks are here to stay

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I've just returned from two weeks in the UK, to attend my daughter's wedding. All went fine - hated making the speach though, but there again that's just me. I just don't like being the centre of attention.

I've been checking through the web and found a little snippet some of you might be interested in.

Apparently the book publisher Knopf Doubleday recently made a comment regarding their latest venture into eBooks:

“The ebook is here to stay. Publishers everywhere are in the process of expanding the number of new titles they plan to make available electronically, and in addition, are making available for the first time older titles that have previously existed only in traditional formats.”

I think it's another brilliant endorsement to ebooks - especially when you consider that not too long ago most of the publishing industry were knocking ebooks as just a 'fad'. Ah well, I'm on the bandwagon myself now, so I've made the committment.

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