The Daily Square – Love You More Edition

May 4th, 2009 · 1 Comment
by Kassia Krozser

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  • jim duncan // May 5, 2009 at 7:31 am

    I don’t own an ereader. Likely be a long time before I do since I would use one too sparingly to make it cost effective. I seldom read magazines or newspapers either, other than articles here and there, so of course I would never subscribe to one via a reader. Considering that article on publishers nurturing other devices besides the Kindle to support their publications, it had me wondering. Why don’t newspapers and magazines break their content down into more useable, sellable pieces of information? I’m guessing a majority of the reading public only access papers and magazines for specific things. So, given the small-bite-size-chewing demographic of portable devices, why aren’t they considering portioning off their publications into more accommodating sizes, that people might be more likely to subscribe too. I wouldn’t subscribe for a whole magazine, but I just might subscribe to a particle columnist or particular section of the publication that comes out every month/week.

    Of course, maybe they are and I’ve just not seen it. This is not an area I have a great deal of information about.