Andrew Bennett is fast gathering a collection of signatures from his favorite book authors. Just ask Bennett, and he'll proudly show where authors scribbled their autographs with a Sharpie – on the ...
It has been a few weeks since we had a story about how Apple is evil, or how the relatively closed system the fuels the iPad and iPhone will be the downfall of society. We were due. And tonight we got such a story. Maybe. Or maybe not at all. It doesn't really matter. What's important is that Apple is closed! Closed, I tell you! The empire is going to collapse any moment now.
Tonight, The New York Times is reporting that Apple is
Has the pixel to print tipping point been reached? Last July we reported that Amazon's Kindle eReader books had surpassed hardcover books in terms of sales, selling 143 Kindle books for every 100 hardcover books. Now that lead also holds for paperbacks with 115 Kindle books sold for every hundred paperbacks.
The statistic for hardcover books itself has doubled, with three times as many Kindle books as sold as paperbacks in 2010. Free Kindle books are excluded from this number or it would be much higher.
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