The Atlantic recently put out an article on eReaders that I find particularly interesting for our group. Although it analyzes which cities have emerged as the most aggressive early adopters of eReaders, it also points out that eReading still takes a back seat to reading from physical sources, by far. Most interestingly, they also report that iPad sales far outweigh Kindle and Nook sales. Of course, I can’t know what percentage of time iPad owners spend reading on their iPads. What I do know, however, is that a lot of eReaders have come and gone over the past 10 years. If this trend continues, I wouldn’t be surprised if we reminisce about the days of a single-use device like eReaders – or wrist watches. When Kindle released its Kindle Fire this year, Amazon showed interest in releasing more than an eReader. I wouldn’t be surprised if they release a true tablet soon to stay in this market.