KLAIPEDA - In the turf war between the book that you can sniff out and the sleek glossy e-book, the latter may be making inroads into the reign of the conventional book but its survival is not in jeopardy yet. In Lithuania, where traditional publishers fight off the e-predator by all means, book digitalization is not as fast as in Western Europe, or even in Estonia.UNFRIENDLY PUBLISHERSLithuanian conservatism and relative lagging behind in hi-tech advancements is not always to blame for this. The country‘s economics, however, is – acquiring an e-book reader is ...
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