eReaders or Books? Which is Better?
Will the eReaders replace traditional Paper Books
When asked if I wanted an eReader (Kindle) for a present instead of the usual books I have on my wishlist, it got me thinking. With the realease of the NEW Kindle Fire, are our traditional paper books a thing of the past? also on this page Help us decide, what really is the best traditional paper Books or eReaders and ebooks?
Is the eReader better than the traditional paper book?.....Will the ereader replace books? With company's making it so easy to download your favorite book and have it on your screen in seconds Will the electronic books eventually replace the traditional paper printed versions? and in fact the amount of book downloads, overtaking Book sales.....Will paper books eventually disappear.....Come and Join in the Debate on his page. . Or do you still love browsing along the shelves of books?
When asked if I wanted an eReader (Kindle) for a present instead of the usual books I have on my wishlist, it got me thinking.
My love of books or love of new technological gadgets? Will I not get any more books for presents, will the ereader replace paper books...and will all books be downloaded?
Environmental impact is a huge topic of conversation around the world, Save our Trees is cried around the world, But what about Save our Books, for the book lovers.
Perhaps you normally buy your girlfriend, wife, husband etc... books for their Christmas, birthdays etc, and are wondering if you should or should not, join in the debate here, and see what every one is saying, and help you to make up your mind.
Why I love The New Kindle Fire - ....taking book reading to another level!
whether you are reading or social networking i love this little bundle of Fire! I am a self confessed Computer Geek, and I love my computers, So I am mostly impressed by the compact size, and its ability not only to read books but the whole shooting match, from watching TV, youtube (in fact my daughter who is 10 has learned how to tplay the piano via her kindle watching videos on Youtube
Written Words The Beginnings
before books we were writing on cave walls, clay...
In Ancient times, they drew on walls, tablets of clay, picture depicting the story, Did that make the words less engaging or interesting? Then there came manuscripts, and finally paper, does it really matter what or how we read the written words.
There is no disputing that the eReader continues to be one of the hottest selling items on the market. Why? Is it a novelty item, should we all move into the 21st century and embrace it, or should we dig our heels in as sometimes things are just worth fighting for.
But It has been suggested that reading a paper book is faster than reading an eReader...that surprised even me, some of the perks are you can pick up a book, drop it on the floor and pick it up whre you left off
are e-reader replacing books....
I love nothing better than visiting the library, that unmistakable musty smell, that hits you when you open the door, it reminds me of when I was young, my mum reading to me in the quiet corner.
I have a vast collection of books, some I have read more than twice, the pages being folded over at the corner, the coffee marks, from being so engrosed in the book you actually miss your mouth with the cup. I still own some books given to me as presents, even dating back to when I was a small child.
The feel, texutre and smell of the paper itself. Wrapping up in a huge fleece blanket, snuggling into your favourite chair...lost in the words leaping from the paper
Now even this simple pleasure has been overtaken by the computer age! With the introduction of ebook readers. A question I ask is how long will it take for the ereader to replace books?
So what is the most popular
Do you prefer the
The Enviromental impact
Books v's eReader (Kindle)
Although there are suggestions that the ereader offsets its CO2 emissions within the first year!.The iPad pays for its CO2 emissions about one third-of the way through your 18th book, and It is suggested it takes 23 books to pay off the carbon footprint of a Kindle.
But then you need electric to run your device.However the new Kindle Wireless Reading Device, Wi-Fi, Graphite, 6
has storage available for Up to 3,500 books, download in 60 seconds due to the Wifi being Built in.... Over 750,000 books, including 107 of 111 New York Times Best Sellers, plus audio books, periodicals and blogs. For non-U.S. customers, content availability varies, and share passages with your friends via Social network sites...and soon to be available let your friends read your downloads too.
If the paper Books were to disappear, there would be thousands of Jobs are in the publishing industry at risk...so how will the ereader change publishing...unfortunately only time will tell, however statistics and developments of the ereaders are changing everyday and getting more and more popular
The publishing of books, newspapers are statistically renowned for being a huge factor in the environmental world, not only to our trees, but also our water resources too.
We know that in order to make our books, we chop down vast amounts of trees, however a book can last as long as you want it to. It can be re-cycled as many times as you want it to be. I take some of my books to the local charity shop where I hand them over and buy some new books to bring home.
The Best e readers or tablets online
any of these tablet readers below are fabulous, I have the Hp envy (I love this) it can be a tablet or a lap top all in one, my husband likes his iPad and my daughter has her kindle.
Yet I still have my box of books by my bed!