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Why paper books are still better than e-books, online PDFs?
* No eye strain from the glare of the screen.
* You give the book more attention because there are no ads or menus, and there's no skimming by habit as one has on the internet.
* The print book can't disappear because of a digital rights dispute or become unreadable with a software update.
* If you buy a controversial or questionable title cash at the store and read it, you don't get ads for stuff you don't want anyone else to see popping up in your emails, recommended lists and such on a screen when someone else could see it.
Call me crazy but I like the smell of a paperback
Feel of reading a book comes from paper books, I personally enjoy turning pages with curiosity and keeping bookmarks plus paper books make our eyes sleepy tired where e-books make them painfully tired.
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