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November 21, 2008




Quite an informative post. The stats. and numbers are interesting.

But, it seems to me that even if these numbers reveal something substantive, there are underlying patterns and trends which they seem to hide (not just miss!). For example, who (or which persons) are reading what (kind or type of materials), etc. Thus, it would be instructive and nice to know, urban-rural, city-town-other, professional-other affiliations, usage of other media, age group (age group-wise) details etc. of the readers (and these buyers).

I was thinking that there are defn. broad trends to these above kinds of differentiators (urban-rural etc., ) and also that it is not terribly hard to (or to be able to) ascribe some general causes for these trends (e.g. increased internet penetration, more money to spare etc. Thanks.



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That text has brightened my mind to this issue. I'm huge fan of the writer. I' m awaiting for the more texts.


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