Can Books Survive the eReader Revolution? by Caroline Beaney

Posted: November 14, 2011 by cazzaline in Deakin University, Melbourne, mojo, Social Issues
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With the closure of Borders, many readers are beginning to fear that this could be the end for hard copied books, book stores and libraries. Caroline Beaney, a reporter for Deakin News investigates this issue by talking to staff from Dick Smiths (who supply the eReaders) and to Mornington Peninsula Library who discuss their upcoming plans to modernise their library with the arrival of eBooks.

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  1. alan says:

    Dick Smith!!!!!!! When did it become Dick Smithsss, please get your facts right.

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