Was Steve Jobs right when he said, in critiquing the Kindle Reader, that people just don't read anymore? Well, no, as it happens. According to a recent study, there's no drop in people reading. There's just a decline in people reading print media. People of all ages seem to be gravitating to online news, commentary, and fiction.
What are some other trends affecting the way people find engaging, useful content? Read the full story on Read Write Web: "Steve Jobs was only half right: People do read--even kids--they just do it online"