As an example, I recently bought two books by long-time Field & Stream columnist Corey Ford. In an act of serendipity, they arrived in my mailbox the same day I received my March copy of Field & Stream. The magazine to my eyes is a thoroughly modern product, and I, despite my Luddite tendencies, could see myself reading and enjoying it on an Ipad. The book? Not so much. I'm a bibliophile, and I simply have no interest in reading a battery-powered copy of The Trickiest Thing in Feathers.