Thinking about improving the health of your readership? Take a tablet.
Meet Roger Fidler. A lovely man with a mind like a laser. His page on the venerable Reynolds Journalism Institute website, where he works, says his career began in 1962, which strikes me as impossible since I think of him as a contemporary. But then he has always been a man ahead of his time. Perhaps the man.
Here’s one reason why: He was the first to envision the concept of the e-reader. In 1981. That’s the time when IBM first introduced the PC.