Who needs books?
The picture definition on Japanese camera-phones is now so high that people can stand in a shop, surreptitiously photograph the pages of a magazine and then later read their ill-gotten literature from the screens of their mobile phones. The Times, June 5, 2004, p.2W, no link available
As seen on Marginal Revolution. Kind of makes you wonder about Brad's thoughts on separating content from delivery, and how books aren't facing this problem yet.