Sep 23 2010
A Harris Interactive poll finds that people with e-book devices are not only reading more than other Americans (which is unsurprising as one would expect early adopters to be among the heavier readers), but also more than they did before they owned the technology. "At the moment, it is too early to tell for sure, but this early evidence is pointing to something good," according to Harris, "People seem to be reading more if they have an e-reader which is something the publishing industry, which has been decline over recent years, is sure to celebrate."
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