But that’s only part of the issue. You can’t trade e-books, you can’t put e-books in your library, and you can’t buy used e-books. If you don’t have an Awesome Barnes And Noble Peace Love Sanitize Shirt. My biggest thing is I can’t put them on bookshelves…I have a mini library starting and I really enjoy having physical books around I can pick and choose from whenever I feel like reading. For me, the only e-books worth considering are textbooks. I keep 5 textbooks on my iPad and it lightens my load considerably. I can bring them all to my classes and not have to lug around 20 lbs of books. But the difference between textbooks and books I read for fun is that I don’t keep my textbooks around when I’m done with them.
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Have you ever used a proper e-reader (not an iPad)?. The screens are generally e-ink, which pretty much just looks like paper behind a matte screen. There’s no backlight, no eyestrain, and you quickly forget you’re not reading an Awesome Barnes And Noble Peace Love Sanitize Shirt. It honestly just looks and feels like reading a real book. The Kindle lets you ‘lend’ ebooks to a friend’s account. I’m not sure about other readers, but in either case, it’s absolutely trivial to strip the DRM and loan a friend a book anyway. Reselling is obviously still an issue that many feel strongly about, and I’m not sure this will change. Because of the passive screen, I can get through several novels (over a couple of weeks) before needing to plug my kindle into the charger for a whopping 30 minutes to fill it back up.
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Unlike a smartphone, there’s no battery anxiety, because it lasts so long. That said, I completely understand wanting the tactile book reading experience and having an Awesome Barnes And Noble Peace Love Sanitize Shirt. It’s not for everybody, but if you’re an avid reader. And you haven’t used an e-reader before I’d recommend at least trying one out in a store. I used to think the physical books were great but I’m definitely over that. You end up with shelves of books you’ll probably never open again. It just contributes to the clutter. I feel like textbooks are still handier and more functional in paper form. A digital copy would be useful for doing searches maybe but provided the book has a good index that should be covered.