I love my paper books, but I also have gotten to love all the books stored in my Kindle-enabled smart phone because I now have a library at my disposal whenever and wherever I want it. A good portion of the ebooks overlap the paper books I own, and there are so many books in the public domain that are free for download that I have many times more books than I read in college -- and paid for at great expense. Among the many positives of ebooks is the search function, which lets me find stuff much faster when I need it.
I also ended up buying tons of audiobooks when Audible.com had a sale for 4.95 per audiobook, many of which take between 15-25 hours to complete. I never thought I would enjoy audiobooks, but I'm essentially paying a professional to read a book to me at around ten cents an hour. I prefer to read books on my own, but it's nice to have a professional read to me, for instance, when I'm driving. Then there are classic audiobooks like Angela's Ashes that I can have read to me by Frank McCourt, the author.
I love libraries, but I'm glad the Internet also exists. I feel the same way about ebooks and audiobooks. Having said that, I love the comic!^^