Posted by Peter Ceresole on October 16, 2015 at 06:58:19 user PeterC.
In Reply to: Re: S&A ebooks/digital editions posted by Magnus Smith on October 16, 2015 at 06:22:52:
Finally I will confirm that paper books are better than ebooks.
I can't agree with that. It depends how and where you read. I read Kindle books on an iPad Mini, that slips into my pocket. It's slim and light, and the page and print are beautifully clear. I read in waiting rooms, trains, buses and at home, in an armchair and in bed. The iPad Mini is just the right size for all that, and I carry it in a jacket (jerkin) pocket. Keeping it charged is no problem. Paper books, even paperbacks, are much bulkier and quite impractical outside of home. I have some standard sized paperbacks, that will fit into a pocket, but they are all hanging together with Sellotape. Hard to read, and scattering pages.
So although I do have books (the whole row of Green Capes) I actually read them on the iPad, as Kindle files.
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