What do you like more, searching a book or searching the internet for some information?
Both are the good source of information,But now a days its easy to Google and find information.So I like to search on internet for information.
No contest. I'd Google it. I think the only book I use to search anything for these days is my Thesaurus, which does make me feel rather precocious. The only added benefit since I actually have to, you know, reach over and grab it from my bookshelf and everything.
I prefer searching online as I have quicker access to more information. Also , online is less dusty than books!
I prefer the internet because of its instant gratification. Also it is very easy to google very specific information whereas with a book you can search the entire book and still not be able to find what you were looking for.
Internet. It is faster and you can access more information with less work. Not to say that I am lazy or even that I believe everything I read on the internet, but I do love the ease of a quick answer. Also, nowadays, you can even read books on the internet and use CTRL+F to find key words or phrases quickly in a long article. Ahhh, technology!
by CutterM 6 years ago
Google has the big G in it.
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by Shealy Healy 8 years ago
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If we only produce content that people are searching for, will this lead to better quality content ? Will this lead to the growth of the knowledge base? How will new knowledge enter the mainstream if content is only developed to satisfy current demand?
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