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Waking Up in the 21st Century

I don’t like to think of myself as old-fashioned or boring. I enjoy the fact that 21st-century technology has made our lives a lot easier and made communication a lot richer. 723 more words

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E-Reader Tour - Pages 1-5

Hi guys, I’ve seen these going around the blogosphere recently so I thought I’d jump on the band wagon. I’ve had my kindle for three years now, I think it was one of the first one out. 545 more words


4 Scientific Reasons Paper Is Still Superior to the Screen

“YES!”  Do you know that feeling when you read or hear a truth, one which you previously only felt, but never had either the intelligence or expression to articulate?   102 more words

Go Ahead – Take a Chance on a Self-Published Author

Confession time! Before I self-published my first book, the whole idea of self-publishing was not on my radar. I’d never, to my knowledge, read a self-published novel. 650 more words


The Girl With Two E-Readers

How apt, that a girl who was vehemently opposed to e-readers has had her existential dilemma, read some interesting thoughts about eBooks from Stephen Fry and the like, realised that e-readers are not the Devil incarnate and are actually convenient little things, has now got two. 331 more words


Reading Comprehension Differences

By: Rose McDermott

The increase in technology over the last decade has led to developments such as the Kindle, Nook and other reading tablets. Recently, scientists have been studying whether or not the same information is garnered from both electronic sources and real books. 656 more words