Hear Me Out On "The Future Of The Book"
A quick (self-promotional) programming note -- I'll be on the air from noon to about 1 p.m. today on WAMU's Kojo Nnamdi show, talking about "The Future of the Book" with a couple of experts who have studied the issue in far more detail than I have.
You can tune in at 88.5 FM in the D.C. area (bonus points to anybody who, in the comments, reports on how it sounds on the station's HD Radio signal) or live on the Internet. Meanwhile, what's your one-sentence prediction for how we'll read books in five years from now? Will something like Amazon's Kindle be that much closer to perfection, will ubiquitous broadband make the entire concept of book "ownership" meaningless, or will paper still be in style?
March 10, 2009; 11:01 AM ET
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