Check out an interesting article on digitization and the future of books from a recent issue of Economist magazine – Not Bound by Anything. Share this:EmailPrintFacebookTwitterMoreRedditLinkedInTumblrPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Published by Denise Woetzel View all posts by Denise Woetzel
3 thoughts on “Are print books a thing of the past?”
I absolutely don’t think that books are a thing of the past! As long as I can remember, the pleasure of sitting down and reading a good book, which transports you to a different time and place, could never be touched by any other sensation. Reading on the computer can’t touch the feeling of holding a book in your hands and having the power to set its characters free and bring them to life. Besides reading from a computer hurts your eyes and as long as there are people like me out there, books will never become a part of the past, instead they will continuously be a neverending part of our future.
Good points. Thank you. At least someone does not think books are a thing of the past.
I love to read and know a lot of people who don’t why would you want to get rid of reading?