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Old 11-20-2009, 05:09 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by angelbleu View Post
I agree with HansTWN.

One of the biggest reasons traditional postal services are called "snail mail" is because it's so much slower than e-mail.

But reading on a paper book is no slower than reading on an eReader, so the term "snail reading" would not be appropriate at all.

If there is to be a term, it should emphasize "tradition", "old age", and such, not speed.

Nothing catchy comes to mind... but then I was never good with catchphrases and such.
I've got an idea

How about...
READING
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