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INFOGRAPHIC: The Rise of eReading

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Predictions about the death of printed books have been floating around for years, but according to this infographic from, physical books are still alive and kicking – at least for now. Because while 73 percent of Americans said they read a book over the past year, just 43 percent said they'd read an e-book. But ownership of e-books has been growing, and is expected to get a boost during the holiday season. Are you still clinging to paper books, magazines and newspapers or are you switching to digital ink? Check out this infographic for some great statistics on books, e-readers and the battle they're waging among book worms.

The Rise of eReading: Are Books Going to Become an Endangered Species?

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