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  • toppercool

    Trend of e reading #infographic

  • Winston Bromley

    Not truly a Social Media piece but interesting none the less. "Do E-Reader Owners read more books?" I would like to think so. E-Reader Infographic - 600

  • Benchmark

    The Trend of e-Reading. Does it count if I do all my e-reading via infographics? It's like the picture books of e-reading...

  • West Milford Township Library

    pEbooks are growing fast and here is another infographic to picture it. Infographic Labs created this visual on the findings of a Pew study. A part about reasons to read books is especially interesting, as well as the comparison between non-ebook and ebook readers regarding the number of books read over /p

  • Meggie T

    Just sharing the data... I still like old-school paper and browsing the library shelves.

  • Yorba Linda Public Library

    The trend of e-reading and digital media

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