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July 11th, 2013, 11:44
Originally Posted by Alrik Fassbauer View Post
Yesterday I was talking with someone over the quality of paper in books - it clearly feels different.

And that's something eBooks will never be able to deliver.

At one point, people might even not care at all - but printed books will never completely die out, imho.
I have many books especially paperback and you can notice it. The printing paper is probably using cheap recycled paper. The books don't even last as long as they used to either.

Ebooks just help me buy or find old out of print books for allot less. They also allow me to read plenty of cheap self published books that will never be printed. Don't worry though I still love having printed books in my hand to read though.

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