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Links 1 through 10 of 12 by Ryan Sholin tagged e-paper

Another step toward electronic paper: this Plastic Logic prototype has a working touchscreen.

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"It's risk freeā€”all Kindle Blog subscriptions start with a 14-day free trial. You can cancel at any time during the free trial period. If you enjoy your subscription, do nothing and it will automatically continue at the regular monthly price." Funny st

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And the past, too. An interview with an early e-paper researcher from PARC.

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Whoa. Dilbert is as into e-paper as I am, it seems. I knew we were thinking alike these days.

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And here's the power supply for the e-paper of our futuristic dreams. Next?

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Video of the demo. Lots of questions about how long it lasts, costs of the OLED materials, viability of mass production, but that's one sexy demo.

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Hello, full color flexible video display. I'll take mine with wifi and a USB port, thanks. via Digg.

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Bluetooth e-paper. It's starting... at least in prototype form. How long until this is a flexible wi-fi (dare i say wimax?) e-ink tablet? 10 years? 5?

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MS and NYT reinvent the...PDF. Hey BillG - how about we break all those newspapers up into subscription friendly blocks so I can import the stories of MY choice into my tablet/mobile/laptop/desktop.

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"...And will there be cults of newsprint enthusiasts who pay a premium for the retro pleasure of ink on paper, the way some audiophiles today insist on vinyl records? Heck, I don't know."

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