Electronic Device Stirs Unease at BookExpo – NYTimes.com

Electronic Device Stirs Unease at BookExpo – NYTimes.com

This article discusses the current status of electronic books, with focus on the two most popular ebook readers, Amazon’s Kindle and the Sony Reader.

The article points out that one advantage of ebooks is that the supplier never runs out of copies.  Scott McClellan’s “What Happened,” the former press secretary’s account of his years in the Bush White House, is sold out in most brick-and-mortar and online bookstores but is available for nearly instant download to the Kindle.