In case you missed it, over on the Atlantic's Correspondents page, historian Edward Tenner has a great piece about whether the success of Amazon's Kindle marks the end of print as we know it. With news out today touting Kindle as "the most gifted item ever," it certainly seems that the device and its e-reader brethren have the potential to put paper to sleep. If you haven't done so already, and have some interest in the subject, check out Tenner's take.

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