Bumping around in my head: we should stop saying ebook(s).
Stories, albums, articles. None of them have an “e” in front. And while there are some hiccups in implementation, there isn’t a fundamental difference between print and digital books, at least no more than there are between different types of print and digital books; consider that print can be formatted to different standards, with different materials, while digital versions have different features in rendering.
One group has a stake in calling them ebooks: publishers. It is the same reason Macs aren’t called PCs, despite them being personal computers. They are presented as a different artifact, one which uses different rules. I propose we stop playing that particular game.