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Old 12-16-2011, 03:42 PM   #1
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LXer: Adventures in Self-Publishing: eBook or Dead Tree?


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If you are of a certain age (and I, most regrettably, am definitely of a certain age), a book means a certain thing, and that is this: something that you can hold in your hands, keep on a shelf, pack up and carry in a box in move after move (after move, after move…), and generally treasure for life, if it’s a good read or a valued resource. But if you're of a certain other age - it just may be an eBook.

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