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The Dawn of ebooks… again and again

I sat on a panel at WorldCon this year on whether the future belongs to ebooks. It was almost an exact repeat of the panel I sat on 10 years ago. I was the only one who was one hundred per cent pro ebooks. The entire panel resulted in a diatribe from other panelists against ebooks. The same gripes. The same arguments. The same “nothing replaces the feel of a real book.” One panelist bemoaned the fact that he couldn’t freely copy ebooks like he did music. Another said that whoever got published in ebook format was a stupid moron. Obviously he hadn’t bothered finding out about my own published work. It was as if I’d gone back in time. It was disheartening, to say the least. »» The Dawn of ebooks… again and again

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The Family Man, by Elinor Lipman

The Family Man The Family Man by Elinor Lipman

My rating: 4 of 5 stars
An utterly delightful, witty, funny book about the flexible nature of family and family values.

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