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Old 02-09-2013, 10:10 AM   #64
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Originally Posted by Katsunami View Post
I've read a book today.

A real one, I mean. Even with all the advantages the ereader has (size, lighting, custom fonts...) it misses one perk: it actually isn't a book. For the sheer experience of reading a book, nothing beats a book. Just like playing a midi-keyboard with virtual instruments will never beat the experience of playing an actual organ or piano.
+1 Give me a proper book any day.

Though, I will say that e-readers have made it possible for me to read some of the older books I found on archive.org and other places that, because of their age/rarity, etc., I might never have had the chance to read.
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