I am old-school all the way, I love the feeling of a book in my hand and turning the pages...nothing beats it! I always have a book in my bag to read when eating alone or sitting in a waiting room, but I notice that I am usually the only person reading from a book and not a digital device.
Always physical books for me. I just can't get into digital e-books. The best part is you can now pick up bargains form second- hand shops. I always have a book on me whenever I go somewhere too. I like the smell of a real book too.
Physical books all the way. Not only is it good for your eyes but its gives out great aesthetic vibe. The smell of books are enough to send nostalgia down your nostrils. The pleasure of reading a physical book is far more than that of a mere gadget.
I only read physical books. I think part of the reason is because I'm an old - fashioned type of person and I'm not a big fan of technological devices. It's nice to get away from technology for a while while reading a good book.
by tbartle 7 years ago
For those with ebook readers: Did it replace physical books or just increase how much you read?There's all this talk about how there won't be physical books anymore and that everything is going digital. As a writer, I hope that's not true. I have an ebook reader and I found I just read more because...
by Bill Russo 7 years ago
Can the Kindle be stopped? Are books slowy becoming dinosaurs?I've heard that some schools are abandoning books in favor of kindles. I'm not fearful of change or progress, I just do not want to lose real books.
by buckleupdorothy 8 years ago
How much, and what kind, of your book consumption is digital?Are there certain kinds of books you prefer to read in one medium or the other? Why?
by toknowinfo 8 years ago
What do you prefer... reading an actual book or an ebook?
by Adamowen 7 years ago
Do you use physical books or online resources to learn from? or both?
by SJ Rose 3 years ago
Do you prefer reading from an actual book, or from an e-reader like Kindle or Kobo?
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