Remembering electronic reading

Two short articles point out the difficulties of remembering what one readings online and via e-books.

Hat tip: Andrew Sullian

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2 comments

  1. Interesting articles. Thanks for posting them. I would certainly like the convenience of containing all my books on one small device, but I can’t break away from paper books myself. I’ve always felt that books, for all their inconveniences, provide a much richer reading experience than electronic screens.

    I must admit, though, if I were a rich man, the Logos software is one of the first things I would purchase. The cross-linking capability and search capabilities for specific subject matter make electronic books, especially those designed for research/study, much more efficient for that purpose.

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