My English professor had a book exchange in his class, where we brought in our books to give to people and he personally chose a book for each of us that he'd thought we'd like. As he set down a box filled to the brim with paperbacks he said, "Your kids aren't even gonna know what a book looks like. Can you believe that?" This and other variations of this sentence have been thrown at me, and probably you. I have to admit there's some convenience that comes with a Kindle or a Nook. If you're taking five books with you on a vacation, a Kindle spares up a decent amount of space in your carry on. But the downside is eReaders require electricity, while books rely on solar energy. My question is, in your own personal opinion do you think books will stop being used by the general public? Do you think that the idea of a reading a physical leatherbound/paperback book will be viewed as 'uncool' in the future?