Dec 25 2008
Whether it’s Oprah’s endorsement of the Kindle or the idea that technology can save publishing, more and more mainstream publications are revisiting the concept of ebook reading. The New York Times reports on the Kindle which is out of stock and the Sony which has sold 300,000 readers since 2006. Currently, sales of ebooks appear to account for less than 1% of the overall revenue stream for mainstream publishers but that the momentum indicates that the time may be ripe for ebooks.
Thanks to JL Wilson and JFerg for the link.