I couldn't agree more.
*ebooks are outselling print hardcovers and trending toward outselling paperbacks
*Using a $10 paperback and an ebook of equal price as examples, he explained that an author represented by an agent receives 80 cents per book in paperback royalties and $1.75 for an ebook edition. When rights are held by the author in partnership with an ebook publisher, the royalties—on the low side—are $3.50.
*digital is an additional option, not a replacement for a printed book
*Device manufacturers are becoming e-publishers with original, exclusive material published just for the Kindle, Nook, and iPad
Pfeffer Challenges SCBWI to Join the Digital Age