Headline from today's news release from Publisher's Weekly:
A Non-Electronic eBook? It's on the Way!
Martin & Dobbs, a major British publisher has announced plans for a new line of non-electronic eBooks designed to offset the industry's losses due to the popularity of e-readers. "This way, we protect the integrity of traditional publishing while, at the same time, meeting the public's need for eBooks," stated M&D's chairman Sir Humphrey Humphries. "All we need to do is put out books consisting entirely of letter Es. This plan is brilliant in its simplicity." Fourteen-year old science fiction fan Freddy Blatz is one of many who respoded, "The stupid git doesn't know what he's talking about!"
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