The Kindle Revolution Ain’t Happening
If it had been anywhere near six figures (that’s in the vicinity of 100,000), I think Amazon’s Bezos would have openly brayed about it. That would have made the print publishers — of all stripes: giant conglomerates as well as small press — scramble into ebooks, tripping over each other to issue press releases about having seen the eBook Promised Land.
But Bezos has been coy and no print publisher has sung a hosannah.
Plus, I haven’t heard a single writer cry out about the Kindle windfall royalty he or she has received.
Finally, the source is TechCrunch, which has a tendency, let us say, to paint glowing pictures of outright dead dogs.
So 240,000 Kindles sold?