Paper or electronic book? What’s your tactile choice?
If you were born before 1980, your memories of reading under the bedcovers with a flashlight were of the paper variety.
The Millennials and Cybirds are wired for digital and many don’t want to read a tome.
Amazon makes it easy for us to go digital, allowing us to download sample pages, and provide instant gratification with “buy now” at the click of a button. And when I do buy digital, I’m reminded why. I don’t have to make eye contact with a snarky clerk who’s snorting over my purchase of “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Some, no matter what age, waver between the convenience of technology and tradition.
Have you made the switch to digtal? Or do you vacillate between flipping through paper pages and swiping virtual ones? (If you aren’t actually flipping a digital page, can the book legitimately be called a page…
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