Recently I posted a question at the IT/Computer professionals forum and asked this question: "What do you think is the future of eBooks?" I received some very interesting replies ...... very mixed responses. Some of the questions / responses can only be answered by people like Sunil and other eBook software developers. If you're in the eBook business -- this is also an eye opener.
This Forum,http://www.tek-tips.com,is a very large community with more than 240,000 members. If you experience any problems with your computers or software, that is a good place to ask for help too. But beware, they do not tolerate selling and recruiting!
This is a very big forum with many topics and threads. If you are interested, right at the bottom of their webpage, under Careers forum, look for the thread "Where is IT going in the next 5 years?", and search for the question "What do you think is the future of e-books?"
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