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After Much Consideration... [Aug. 30th, 2017|01:45 pm]
Tony Grist
I've come to the conclusion that I prefer my literature on paper. I was on Amazon, looking at the latest collection of Kryon channelings by Lee Carroll and wondering whether to download it to my kindle- which would be quicker and cheaper- but settled on the hard copy because this is a book I may want to refer back to and re-read sections of- and I find that so much easier to do when I have tangible pages to riffle through.
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[User Picture]From: kishenehn
2017-08-30 04:31 pm (UTC)
Absolutely agreed. I inherited my Dad's Kindle when he passed away a couple years ago, and have discovered that I have absolutely no desire to use it, at all ...
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2017-08-30 04:53 pm (UTC)
I don't suppose I'll entirely abandon my kindle. Some books- especially old ones- can be hard and/or very expensive to get hold of in hard copies. I don't suppose I would have read so much of Balzac (for example) if I hadn't been able to download the books.
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[User Picture]From: pondhopper
2017-08-31 01:34 am (UTC)

For me it depends on the book these days. If it's light reading or something I don't think I'll ever refer back to or what I want is travel reading, then my kindle is fine. But some books are meant to be savoured and held and consulted...then only paper will do.



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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2017-08-31 08:51 am (UTC)
Kindle certainly has its uses. I've read a lot of books I wouldn't otherwise have had access to if they hadn't been available in digital form.
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