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Old 04-05-2012, 12:25 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by hughes View Post
A new Pew Internet report contains some interesting findings relating to ebooks and ereaders:

The rise of e-reading
I'm not surprised, it's the convenience. I always carry my eReader with me, it fits in a pocket and it's lightweight. Carrying a book is nowhere near as convenient. And as a result I read plenty more, like while on the bus, or even while in the queue to pay for my groceries.
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