Good book-related post over at Cincinnati Blog today. Looks like the future of a really good (yet apparently unprofitable) bookstore remains up in the air. This ties in to yesterday's post regarding ebooks overtaking their print counterparts in sales. The question to be asked: what is the future of brick and mortar bookstores not named Barnes and Noble? Are even they immune from the shift to ebooks or will they go the way of Borders or are they nimble enough to shift their business plan away from physical inventory?
Hat Tip - Cincinnati Blog: "The Remaining Joseph-Beth Bookstores to be Auctioned"