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Old 11-15-2012, 08:09 PM   #2
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Wut.

I didn't read the whole article. I stopped here:

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Buttons also resist. Over time, their use causes stress to the human body, known as carpal tunnel syndrome.
The guy says he owns "an e-reader or two." I always feel that once I get engrossed in a book, I don't really "see" the pages any more, whether it's a paper book or on my Sony. Once you're into it, you just read, right?

I didn't know I was in such danger of carpal tunnel syndrome from occasionally pushing a couple of tiny, responsive buttons.
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