eBooks: Studying Vs. Reading
This post is from August but the Comment to it raises an important point.
From the Comment:
When I study, I usually have four or five open books in front of me with only a glance needed to go between one of the other, all marked up, with my notes as well. Studying on a Kindle just doesn’t add up to this.
That being said, I would definitely buy such a device for the times when it is really called for, i.e., a long plane flight where you might want to take a few books but don’t want to carry around 25 extra pounds, etc.
He’s right. Look at this:
It’s been a long time since I had to deal with textbooks, but that Comment brought back memories of — yep! — having more than one book open at a time.
Subliminally, perhaps that’s why I focus on eBooks for personal entertainment use. It’d really be hell to jump between multiple texts on all current eInk devices.
Of course, Study Tables would be great …
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