Do people still read books anymore?

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Mr. Me
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No offense to anyone who does not read books . I love reading . I read all the time . I read all the time as a kid . I homeschool myself with literature in the library I think . But now , going through the Internet fashion . If I want to study biology , psychology , or history , I read it all online. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Books I could find online .. I just read The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe on the Internet last night while it was raining .. It may not be the same as reading a book , but it was beautiful . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus And now we have ebooks or books can be downloaded directly to your smartphone . I will not lie to you . I have 18 years and I love technology . I'm getting a degree in technology, because that's what I'm best . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus But then , I miss reading books . Only simple stories . But I'm so used to being on the team , I've never touched a book until this week when I read Hamlet . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus What do you think ? I love technology , but it is sad to see this internet fashion seize books and reading . Not many people go to the library MedlinePlus . MedlinePlus My mother is a librarian . Has been for years . But now she change jobs to work on the website , a website that has downloadable ebooks or books . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Only rarely see a difference . Five years ago , I had my head buried in books all the time . I loved to read . Always go to the library . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus But now , I spend and more than 10 hours a day on the Internet , reading. MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I do not like change ... MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Which of your thoughts ?
Answer1IM@NIAnswered at 2012-10-10 08:56:02
Well , ebooks are not a fad , they are here to stay . More tablet devices are coming from different companies , as well as reading devices eBooks. People have to get used to, because of the way technology is going . That said, the printed books are not obliged to go away for a number of reasons . However, print books will probably demand printing or fewer each print. Furthermore, the trend seems to indicate that what will disapear paperbacks are mass market , with the big publishers who favor hardcover and trade paperbacks . Book sales in mass market paperback continue to decline . Unfortunately , change is always necessary for growth , if there is no growth , things stagnate and eventually disappear. And think of it this way , if the books become more accessible electronically through electronic library collections , which means that those without the beneift of a local library , but they do have access to a PC or a tablet connected to the Internet , have access to more books to read . I love printed books and still buy them , but I've also been one of the first of ebooks . I started reading books electronically , in February 2003 , and frankly , I like to have both options available .
Answer2Claudia C.Answered at 2012-10-10 15:27:49
How many times this question has been asked ?
Answer3SparklyOneAnswered at 2012-10-10 22:25:15
I prefer a real book
Answer4mathpleashelpAnswered at 2012-10-11 22:01:47
I think you can read This Is Your Brain on Music : The Science of a Human Obsession [ Bargain Price ] MedlinePlus There are questions that are too big for science , no gods , for example, or what is love ? And perhaps never be known scientifically why music does what it does and why we care about it so. But for many reasons , the music should be a profitable subject for scientific research .
Answer5pipo mljiAnswered at 2012-10-14 00:04:50
depends MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I read books if I had the MedlinePlus BOOK MedlinePlus if I have (generally , if its available in my area or language) then I just use the internet MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I also feel sadness, so the books are just being dust collectors on the shelves , but with the recession , sometimes reading appeals ... more or perhaps reading at home is more convenient than going to a library
Answer6DreAnswered at 2012-10-25 23:45:08
First, the Internet is not a fad , lol . You and I know this is going to grow much bigger until it is our absolute primary information center for all . Ahh , I love technology . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus But I also agree with you that normal books are good too. There is a certain something that you can not get the technology that is in a book . You know , the smell of old pages fresh or humidity , the feeling of a heavy story thick, deep in your hands or in your backpack , waiting to be read . There is something unique about him , just that there is something unique about playing a guitar in a tube amp oldschool , or record music tracks on the tape rather than through computers. I do not think that these things will never die completely , because people understand the importance of those things when it comes to art . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus But in the end , I'm fine with the way things are going, because computers provide access to art from around the world . Not to mention , read manga ( Japanese comic book style ) and who are growing exponentially in popularity worldwide . No dying soon , lol .
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