E-book vs. Print


E-book vs. Print

There are two types of people in the world: those who realize that this world is constantly reinventing itself and are usually capable of recognizing the new directions in which the world is headed, and those who can’t.

There’s this pathological fear that the world is more and more superficial; kids are dumb, the world is too fast and hungry and wants only to be fed information via an usb cable, people aren’t reading, paperbacks aren’t selling, bookstores are closing, and no one seems to read the newspapers anymore. And this is a global fear, it affects people on all continents, and yet…

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Just found Cristian’s blog and if he does not mind I will steal a few of his jewels to share with you. You can just go to his blog of course… LOL

Thanks Cristian for some great writing and for helping others – JW

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3 responses to “E-book vs. Print

  1. When it comes to books I like to hold it and feel the pages turn, I am a guy who fancies the technologies and I do get most of my news on the web, but reading is another experience, one that should only be felt in our hands.

    • I agree Ahamin and I can tell by your blog that you are a romantic, but my bookshelves are full and my Kindle is warm. Technology is too fickle and will lead us to destruction, but I do also love it and embrace it, so I am sure I am one of the sheep following comfort to the EMP burst slaughter that is, as told by scientists, a sure possibility as the sun shoots out masses of radiation that can shut down our electronics for years…. We will really appreciate the smell and feel of a book then.

      Loved your post To Create is to Have Purpose http://ahamin.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/to-create-is-to-have-a-purpose/ – JW

      • I’m glad you enjoyed my post :)… It is an interesting thought, when there is no technology to enjoy, books will have more audience who appreciate them.

        A. H. Amin

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