Remember when flat screen televisions were priced over $3,000? Or when cell phones and associated monthly service plans were strictly for the well-heeled? The typical pricing strategy for innovative technology products is to target aficionados with high prices and if consumers adopt, new competitors enter the market and more advanced models are rolled out. (Rafi Mohammed, Phd at Huffington Post)
Will technology change the book, that bound paper object that so many love? How will technology change our teaching, especially if books go mostly electronic?