Electronic books (E-books) have had a significant impact on the publishing industry since their emergence in the late 1990’s.
Many traditional publishers have struggled to adapt to the digital age and have struggled to compete with the low prices and convenience of e-books.
E-Books have several advantages over physical books. They can be easily accessed on a variety of devices, such as laptops, tablets, and smartphones.
There are also several disadvantages to e-books. Like not all books are available as e-books. E-books may not be compatible with all devices.
E-books and physical books both have their own advantages and disadvantages.
E-books can be easily accessed on a variety of devices, are often cheaper than physical books, are more environmentally friendly, can be easily updated and revised
Physical books, on the other hand, can be easily shared or resold, provide a tactile reading experience, do not require a device or power source to access, may be more durable and long-lasting than e-books
Ultimately, the choice between e-books and physical books comes down to personal preference and may depend on factors such as convenience, cost, aesthetics, and the desire for a tactile reading experience.