I'm poking fun; the title is already available as an ebook (in multiple formats).
Sue Polanka pointed me at this book. Michael Pastore has released an updated and revised edition of 50 Benefits of Ebooks:
A revised and expanded new ebook about ebooks, published today, is packed with information about how to understand, and enjoy, the digital reading revolution. The book, soon to be released as a 368-page paperback, is now available in ebook editions which contain all the same information as the paperback — yet sell for less than four dollars.
I really have to wonder about the author's motives. If he really wants to promote ebooks, then why is this content trapped in a book instead of freely available on the web? It would make quite a few interesting articles and blog posts. And those articles would help promote the ebook, too. People might read one, see it's an excerpt, and then go buy the ebook.