Re: One Last Question, and I Promise I'll Quit...
Books work long after the power goes out the batteries run down and they feel good in your hands. I'll always take a book over an e-reader. I can see their place, but convenience is a small piece of the puzzle. Fast food is convenient, but hardly the most enjoyable food.
Of course, I'm in printing, so I do have a vested interest. Personally, I think the popularity of e-readers will grow in proportion to the increasing cost of printing and distributing hard copies. Eventually, print costs will become prohibitive. Just my take on the crystal ball.