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Is it "old school" thinking to say you prefer a paperbook to a Nook?


I have the chance to get a really nice eReader for a reasonable price...but part of me is loathe to transition from paper to digital. Is being "old school" going to hinder me from experiencing my favorite books?

 

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    Rosie2Travel 5 years ago

    My reading is mostly recreational/fiction. I figure I'll either keep the book and read it a ridiculous amount of times or sell it to a used book store (both eco-friendly). My back wishes I'd transfer to e-readers since luggin 2-3 books is brutal! lol


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