Blurb, a leading platform for creating, self-publishing, and distributing image-rich electronic books and magazines, has released an infographic that compares print and electronic publications.
The infographic, called The Future of Books: Print vs. Digital, includes recent figures about the book format breakdown, arguments for print and digital format, and predictions for the future.
There is also a very interesting section with five examples that prove print publishing is there to stay.
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More infographics about books and libraries in the digital times:
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- How to make the most of summer reading (infographic)
- Travel with these 150 books set in different countries around the world (infographic)
- Countries with the most and fewest libraries per 100,000 residents (infographic)
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