About Chris Meadows (4151 Articles)
TeleRead Editor Chris Meadows has been writing for us--except for a brief interruption--since 2006. Son of two librarians, he has worked on a third-party help line for Best Buy and holds degrees in computer science and communications. He clearly personifies TeleRead's motto: "For geeks who love books--and book-lovers who love gadgets." Chris lives in Indianapolis and is active in the gamer community.

1 Comment on Espresso Book Machine not without its drawbacks, University of Utah librarian reports

  1. For every Espresso there are hundreds of thousands of high-speed, networked printers. Students are especially likely to use printers, on average 14 pages for every hour on-line. End user copying is not counted as print circulation, but it is.

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