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Old 10-30-2013, 08:48 AM   #10
Lady Blue
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Originally Posted by crich70 View Post
I can see what the article is saying about getting used to things. I tried using my Kindle keyboard the other day and tried to turn the pages by swiping my finger across the screen. :lol: I've gotten so used to turning the pages using the touch screen that I forgot for a minute that the keyboard uses buttons.
I find I do the same thing when I go from reading on one of my Sony readers to reading on my PW. I try to push a button that isn't there to turn the page. I'm sure we all did the same sort of thing the first time we used an e-reader. We automatically reached up to the top corner of the unit to turn the page. People who have the finger licking habit in turning paper pages probably did that as well. It's all conditioning, and once your familiar with a new way, it becomes routine.
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