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The Death of Traditional Book Publishing

Michael Hyatt envisions the death of traditional book publishing:

I am convinced that we are only one device away from a digital publishing tsunami. Consider what happened when Apple launched the iPod in October of 2001. They provided an end-to-end solution that made downloading music easy, portable, and fun. Now,
30-plus million iPods later, iPods are everywhere.

Read more: From Where I Sit: The Death of Traditional Book Publishing

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