Monday, April 12, 2010
How Paperback Novels Changed Everything
Did you know that paperback novels weren't invented until 1935, with the advent of Penguin Books? One journalist explains how this great idea changed everything about the way we read. At the end of the article, he compares it to the current shift in form, the switch from print books to e-books. As much as I like the idea of saving paper, I think the print book is destined to survive, don't you?