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    I've just moved my daily New York Times subscription from paper to wireless delivery on the Kindle. It's a huge step forward, not least of which because I won't accumulate as many stacks of newsprint.

    More: bdewey.com/2009/03/21/stuff-i-like-newspapers-on-the-kindle/

    Association of Online Publishers, and 18 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Dainis Matisons 62 months ago | reply

      New Tehnology in life!

    2. kadanwa 52 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Stapel Zeitungen, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    3. PenneCole 37 months ago | reply

      Love it! Did you like the transition? I personally like flipping through pages but these days I find myself reading more and more news online. I used your photo in my blog - hope you don't mind.

    4. jessica_mobius 24 months ago | reply

      I've used your photo in the program cover for the Annual MOBIUS Conference. (MOBIUS is a consortium of 66 Missouri libraries.) You're credited in the program.

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      Thanks for artwork!

    5. ilya.b 23 months ago | reply

      Hi Brian, first of all the picture is superb!

      Besides stacks of newsprint, e-reading also saves tons of paper and your picture depicts that pretty clearly.

      I have used this picture on our website (with credits) that promotes e-reading as a means of more convenient reading and saving environment @ greenhabit.org/habits/read-e-books-e-newspapers

      We encourage all Kindle users to sign up, click "Count me in" and tell us how many e-books & e-papers they buy per quarter, so we can count how many kilograms of paper they did NOT use over time. As you are a heavy reader, we invite you to join as well and help us measure the collective impact we make together. It will only take 2 minutes or so.

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