"Heh, I've been working thru the PDF for a while. Now that the book is here, I'm digging a little deeper."—Jim Weirich
This is a pattern I've seen in myself too. I love ebooks because I can carry a bunch of them around on my laptop, search them easily, and grab the occasional snippet from them.
On the other hand, I find myself not reading them as seriously as 'real' books. There's something about turning pages that keeps me involved. I'm just glad that most publishers are selling paper and ebook combos.
What do you think? Paper, bits, or both?
This post is part of a collection of articles about Publishing, Growing Markets, and Books.