Dead tree sales vs e-book sales

Here’s a nice little video from CNBC last year that shows the surprising resilience of paper-based books.

You know, e-books are still my go-to choice personally. They don’t take up any room on the bookshelf. They’re still cheaper than most paperback versions, though as I’ve said before, innovating production and distribution for paper-based books, as well as the price-controlling of e-books has made the difference slight.

But, it seems that at the moment, most people are not like me. They like a tangible book that you hold in your hands.

What do you prefer when you have the choice? Print books or ebooks?

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