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There is one of them with which I totally disagree. It is the one showing nails being driven into the coffin of "literature". While it is true that I haven't picked up a book in several years, I actually read even more than I did before. It is just that now I read ebooks instead of paperbacks. Even my username "Bookmem", which stands for "book club member", reflects that. Even when I go to my local Karaoke bar to sing, you'll find me with my Surface Pro 3 in front of me, reading a book, while I'm waiting to sing.
And, in addition to the tech making it easier to obtain and read books, it , via the many self publishing sites, is actually encouraging people to write. Overall, while, yes, it is killing traditional newspapers, it is helping with literature in general.