Some publishers plan to hold off on electronic versions of books until after the print versions have been on the market. One executive says:
"We believe that a large portion of the people who have bought e-readers are from the most devoted reading population. And if they like the e-readers, they are naturally going to convert because the e-books are so significantly less expensive."
The publishing industry is understandably worried about its future, and I don't blame them, especially at the rate that new devices and technologies are being released. Share your take on the story here.