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E-Book readers: Will they eventually replace paper?

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E-book readers have been rapidly growing into a very popular reading for the last couple of years. Sony and Amazon have been cashing in big-time due to huge demand. Authors are starting to switch from paper to digital format and selling their stuff right offline. All in all, a really cool new way to enjoy the reading experience.

But will this mean the end of book-books? Are they endanger of becoming obsolete?

I don't know if I can give up paper. The thought of it is kind of scary. Using a Kindle isn't the same as holding a hardcover book in your hands and turning the pages. Plus, they break real easily or malfunction for no reason. Look at it the wrong way and the screen will act up. (I'm already waiting for my replacement to come in the mail.)

What do you think? Should we be worried?

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