Printed books

The future of printed books

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    • #30021

      jkct01
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      Is there a future for printed books?

    • #30152

      jkct01
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      E-books are convenient to read.

    • #30413

      Simona Abdi
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      I think yes, it can be found yet a lot of printing houses editing books, and those books really are sold.

    • #30674

      jkct01
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      I hope printed books will continue to be with us for a long long time although I am quite pessimistic.

      • #30773

        Sandra
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        I really hope that they don’t stop printing them. I read both printed books and ebooks, but I think ebooks only work for books that have under 300 pages. I find that I get sore eyes if I spend too long reading a book on my tablet. That doesn’t happen with printed books.

      • #30838

        jkct01
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        ebooks can not replace printed books

    • #30875

      jkct01
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      I feel good whenever I am in a library.

    • #31031

      jkct01
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      I always have a copy of Reader’s Digest in my car.

    • #32939

      Simona Abdi
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      I remember when I was to my doctor, the patients waiting to enter to him have read a printed book, all of them. 🙂

      • #33832

        jkct01
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        I purposely left my “Reader’s Digest” in the waiting room of the clinic for them to read.

    • #34946

      Simona Abdi
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      I am not sure I would be able to read while exercising bike.

    • #36621

      lejla1311
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      Printed books will always be valuable. I love turning on the pages and the smell of books. I am not a fan of e-books at all.

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