Two articles in Wired today make me wonder how much longer people will be putting ink to paper:
Newspapers Should Really Worry describes how people in the 18-to-34 cohort do a lot of reading, but they read things online, not in printed books, magazines, or newspapers.
The Library of Google describes how Google is working with some major libraries and publishers to put massive numbers of books online.
I'd say the writing is on the wall, but that sounds so second-millennium. ;-)
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