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To Kindle, or not to Kindle. That is the question....

A dear friend posted an article to her Facebook page. It was a critique of e-readers that seemed to be saying that the quality of reading that you get is less than what you’d experience with reading an actual physical book. 905 more words


Books in Social Media

As many of you may or may not know, booktube has become a huge internet sensation in the book world. For those of you who don’t know what booktube is, booktube is a community of channels on YouTube that create videos about books. 319 more words


Phablet, Tablet or E-reader?

According to the Pew Research Center, more than 50 percent of Americans now have a tablet or an e-reader. And IDC reports that, by 2015, phablet shipments will outnumber portable PCs and tablets. 482 more words


"Real" Books?

E-Readers versus physical books, it’s the age old debate.

Okay, so maybe not “age old,” E-Readers as we know them have not been around long, but the conflict between tradition and technology is one that has gone on for years – centuries even. 679 more words


How I Realized I'm an E-reader Convert

A year ago, my take on e-readers would have echoed what bibliophiles and book industry people have been saying since the devices hit the market and rocked their business model. 906 more words


The new Kindle Voyage e-reader is shockingly good

  • A high-resolution screen finally makes ebooks read like real ones. It’s hard not to fall immediately in love with Amazon’s new top-of-the-line e-reader. It’s called the Kindle Voyage and it ticks off virtually every single hardware complaint I’ve had about the Kindle Paperwhite.
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Lost in a book

Imagine reading a print book. Most of your attention will be on the content itself, but you’ll be aware of the book itself at some level. 665 more words

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