Driving to work this morning, I heard a radio report on National Public Radio about some paperback publishers that are cutting back on the print runs of some titles in favor of digital versions that can be read in devices such Kindles and other e-book devices.

I’m not sure how many people are going too swap out the cheap paperback they take to a sandy beach for a device that will cost them more than $100, but clearly there is a demand for such content. It reminded me of the many ways we offer Snips today, from online web versions to interactive digital editions to the trusty, old printed magazine.

This is an exciting, and admittedly sometimes a bit scary time to be in publishing. But rest assured that we will continue to bring you Snips in all the formats our readers request.