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Old 03-21-2005, 10:41 AM   #1
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Why electronic content reduces backpain

Did you ever think of the weight you are carrying around with paper books and daily newspapers? E-books are considerably lighter, smaller, and take less room at home or in a bag. You can even carry multiple books inside your laptop or handheld reader without adding any weight. Your back will thank you for it!

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The scale may have been off, but as best as I can determine, Sunday's Washington Post weighed five pounds--no small part of it advertising. That's ten times the weight of my Dell PDA. It's almost twice the weight of my Cybook loaner with a ten-inch screen. A lesson here for the newspaper business? The obese Post needs both a gastric bypass and more emphasis on targeted advertising and its .com side.
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