College students seem to love all things digital, with their iPhones, BlackBerries, and laptops. But when it comes to textbooks, it's still a paper world for now, reports the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Even as students complain that textbooks are bulky, expensive, quickly outdated, and not Earth friendly, few are rushing for digital alternatives so far. eBooks make up only a small fraction of the textbook market because there are still too many downsides to using them, although that is changing, industry experts say. "What we're finding is that students are not that comfortable with electronic media," said Stacy Volnick, director...

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