E-book vs. p-book
from The New Yorker
When Barnes & Noble recently announced that its Nook division lost almost five hundred million dollars last year and that its C.E.O. was resigning, there was one obvious conclusion: The company was doomed. After all, the Nook was how B & N was going to compete with Apple and Amazon, and thrive in a future dominated by e-books. With the Nook's failure, B & N looked like just another business anachronism, a chain of cavernous barns selling piles of outdated merchandise. Who went to a store anymore to buy a physical book?
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