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Reading will go 'completely online' - Bill Gates
"Reading is going to go completely online. We believe that as we get the smaller form factor, the screen has gotten good enough. Why is reading online better? It's up to date, you can navigate, you can follow links. The ads in the online reading are completely targeted as opposed to just being run-of-print, where many readers find them completely irrelevant.
The ads can be in new and richer formats. In fact the only drawbacks of the digital form are the things associated with the device: how big is it, heavy is it, how many hours of power does it have, how much do I have to spend to buy it? But those are things that once you achieve that threshold, in terms of the convenience and the cost, then you see a dramatic change in behavior.
Today, for people who read newspapers and magazines, even the most avid PC user probably still does quite a bit of reading on print. As the device moves down in size and simplicity, that will change, and so somewhere in the next five-year period we'll hit that transition point, and things will be even more dramatic than they are today."
May 8, 2007
"The reason for [our] iPad edition is simple: the way we consume our news is changing and the iPad is in the vanguard of the digital changeover.
Gartner, the technology research company, expects 20 million such devices to be sold around the world [in 2010] and 200 million by 2014.
Such a change in reading habits means we're witnessing the dawn of a new era in newspapers; one in which the joy of the printed word is no longer necessarily on paper".