Adrian Tomine has done the cover for the Fiction issue of the New Yorker four times in the past. His latest is by far his best. It's also a very clever dig at modern culture and the ongoing debate - shops or amazon?
Personally I'm torn.
I've used online shopping for years and used to almost exclusively buy books, cds and dvds from here. Of course, nowadays I don't buy cds that much anymore and dvds come from Amazon rental anyway because there are very few films worth keeping - probably because I'm fairly safe in the knowledge that the films I want will always be available from now on in our information rich society.
Books are a strange one though. We've our own independent bookshop in Pocklington, plus my ongoing book embargo plus a desire to use the library some more means I've been getting less books from Amazon. And I do like to support the local bookstore when I can, although every time I pay full price on a book I practically wince.