Online Education: A lighter read
For some time, the concept of e-books - books in electronic format - has been just over the horizon but a viable product has been slow to materialise. While new technologies such as the internet, personal digital assistants and BlackBerrys have revolutionised the way lawyers search for information and communicate with each other, our love of the traditional paper book still has yet to be seriously challenged. The market for books in an electronic format and for 'e-reader' devices that can store and display them in a reader-friendly way is still embryonic.
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