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Old 11-22-2009, 07:17 PM   #12
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I find that the experience is roughly the same for print only fictional works. For technical works, PDF on a laptop rules the roost imo, as I can add notes and copy data more easily to my laptop. For magazines, print offers a much much nicer experience, same for newspapers imo.

Hypertext is great on a newspaper, but they aren't sufficiently interactive as of yet. The ereader and website newspapers of the future will have incredibly interactivity, but at the moment they aren't 'that' much better than a traditional print newspaper which is easy to read in multiple columns.
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