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Burning the Page: The eBook Revolution and the Future of Reading

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Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 256 pages

File size: 1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

From one of the founders of Amazon Kindle comes the definitive book about ebooks and a revolutionary vision for the future of reading. We’re witnessing a major revolution in books that’s transforming the future of reading and our culture. For many readers, books are beloved objects, and ebooks signal a momentous change. What will happen to long-familiar friends from the print world, like bookshelves, autographs, covers, and even bookworms? Will they die out, or transform into something new? Is digital the death knell of print, or will it breathe new life into books? Will books evolve so much that readers can physically become part of the story one day? Burning the Page is a captivating chronicle of the ebook revolution’s striking impact on the ways in which we create, discover, and share ideas. Once you see how ebooks came to be, you can look ahead into the future of reading, communication, and human culture – and how digital content will shape our digital lives.

From one of the founders of Amazon Kindle comes the definitive book about ebooks and a revolutionary vision for the future of reading. We’re witnessing a major revolution in books that’s transforming the future of reading and our culture. For many readers, books are beloved objects, and ebooks signal a momentous change. What will happen to long-familiar friends from the print world, like bookshelves, autographs, covers, and even bookworms? Will they die out, or transform… (more)

From one of the founders of Amazon Kindle comes the definitive book about ebooks and a revolutionary vision for the future of reading. We’re witnessing a major revolution in books that’s transforming the future of reading and our culture. For many readers, books are beloved objects, and ebooks signal a momentous change. What will happen to long-familiar friends from the print world, like bookshelves, autographs, covers, and even bookworms? Will they die out, or transform into something new? Is digital the death knell of print, or will it breathe new life into books? Will books evolve so much that readers can physically become part of the story one day? Burning the Page is a captivating chronicle of the ebook revolution’s striking impact on the ways in which we create, discover, and share ideas. Once you see how ebooks came to be, you can look ahead into the future of reading, communication, and human culture – and how digital content will shape our digital lives.

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