The Future Book

@creyos (276)
Indonesia
November 1, 2010 3:53am CST
Do you think all the books, magazines, etc that made by paper, nowadays will change to electronic readings? Meaning is there will be no bookstore anymore, or if have, there will be an electronic bookstore?
3 responses
@visavis (5945)
• Philippines
1 Nov 10
High technology now a days gradually change the life of the people, like before diskette then CD, DVD then now SD, USB, then before books now e-books so more and more becoming digital. There is an electronic bookstore online but physical bookstore I think still exist forever because people are having different likes.. see you around
@creyos (276)
• Indonesia
1 Nov 10
So it means you think that the paper books, magazines, or whatsoever made by paperwood will still exist in future world?
@visavis (5945)
• Philippines
1 Nov 10
Yes definitely sure because next generation will also use that. One example is bible some bible was made on the year 1611 then up to now still hardbound copy available anywhere even there are so many digital copies available. Same as other books as soon as many author has courage to make books it will exist for sure in the future... see you around
@Vionny (24)
1 Nov 10
of course it can be! in this time we know that, there are a lot of student go to their campus just bring his/her notebook right?? but, i think bookstore would never gone.
@creyos (276)
• Indonesia
1 Nov 10
Hi Vionny,it's also the new launching of i-Pad! But all the paper readings, will it all be replaced with the electronics? I wonder ...
@Arkadus (899)
• Canada
1 Nov 10
I think that book stores will be around for a good long while yet. Ebooks aren't very plausible now, even the best reader devices are still clunky and difficult to read for a good number of people. Then there's the section of people who like to actually have a material copy of what they purchased. Do I think that ebooks and whatnot will become more and more common? Yes... because there's a good deal to be said for how convenient it is to be able to call up a copy of a magazine wherever whenever no matter your location. But until they solve the method of reading these digital publications I don't think they could ever fully replace traditional books and what have you.