Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Should A Book Pass The "Dead Tree" Test?

I tend to miss details when scrolling a screen. I would like to see textbooks available in a PDF version, but with a book that I like and want to keep and re-read, I want it in a print version.

I'm one of those scummy self-published authors, and I'm not saying that my writing is oh so wonderful and deserves to be preserved for posterity, but I do think that even my scummy, self-published self deserves the opportunity to see their hard work in print. Those who read it can decide if it is worth the paper it is printed on. By the way, there is also be an e-book version. So people can pick their poison, both of which seem to be destructive to the environment in one way or another.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost