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Breaking The Page

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Peter Meyers

We won't lose the traditional book as a result of e-books. On the contrary, they will complement them rather than take the place of traditional books. For e-books to be successful, their design must be flexible and offer benefits beyond price.

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Breaking The Page explains how reading e-books can provide new opportunities for readers. These bites will help you understand how e-books differ from traditional books and how to benefit from the digital age by rethinking the concept of a book.

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We won't lose the traditional book as a result of e-books. On the contrary, they will complement them rather than take the place of traditional books. For e-books to be successful, their design must be flexible and offer benefits beyond price.

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In some genres, e-books can enhance reader enjoyment.

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There should be a favorable distinction between e-books and printed books.

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Using e-books enhances the joy of reading and combines it with other media forms.

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Libraries for e-books should provide easy access in accordance with customers’ need.

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Rather than sharing with others, e-books should encourage personal sharing.

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