When you head out for your summer holiday this year, will you be throwing a pile of paperbacks into your suitcase, or tucking an e-reader into your tote?
When you take a book out of the library, are you heading to the internet to reserve an 'e-copy' or trekking to your local branch to get a hold of the hard cover edition?
The question these days isn't only "what are you reading", but "how are your reading".
Last week, CBC reported that e-books are now outselling print books on amazon.com. And this month The Winnipeg Review has dedicated its entire third edition, called Wither the Book, to "paper vs electronic". (By the way, this new Manitoba magazine is only available electronically.)
SCENE invites you, the Manitoba reader, to weigh in.