“Digital natives love print media and libraries.”
Are you surprised by that headline from the Pew Internet &American Life Project? In data released a couple of weeks ago, Americans from 16-29 years old like print and pixels…and they like libraries, too.
As an author and former librarian, that’s good news!
The data is finally reflecting what I’ve suggested all along: print and pixels can co-exist. People of all ages like choices. Our society is fragmented in many areas of life, why not celebrate choice in reading delivery systems, too?