Poll: What analog technology will go digital next?

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The digital evolution
If e-books become the norm, what analog technology will be the next to go digital?

iReport cards texted to parents
Presidents will be sworn in on digital Bibles
Speed limit signs will change to response to traffic conditions
We'll line our bird cages with Kindles
Nutritional info on groceries will come via RFID

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This has been a big week for e-book readers.

With Samsung announcing a new lineup of readers, leaks about a possible upgrade to Sony's Reader, and, most notably, the implications of Apple's supposed new tablet, digital books are mixing things up quite a bit.

It sounds like the future of publishing just might be digital after all. If e-books become the norm for reading, what do you think the next analog technology to go digital will be? Chime in on our weekly poll.

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