do you read on your computer or offline

@megaplaza (1438)
June 7, 2008 9:53am CST
most of the books i read these days apart from my course textbooks are online that they are in ebook form, but i find it hard to concentrate and read online or ebooks, it bores me easily, what abt u.
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@laydee (12813)
• Philippines
7 Jun 08
I do read online and offline books. Ebooks for online or articles on websites, and books and sheets for offline. I still find it better to read through books mostly because it doesn't really hurt your eyes and you can read at whatever position and wherever you are. Plus, there's no substitute for the 'feel' of reading books. I do store ebooks in my cellphone. But the 'feel' is just not right. Plus the glare of the white background is too much for my eyes.
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@linnek (4)
• United States
15 Jun 08
I have had my little handheld Palm Z22 for several years now and I take it everywhere with me. I am the mother of 5 and usually while waiting to pick up kids from school, watching them play outside or even camping trips I take my ebooks with me...actually can't live without it. Places like Mobipocket have pretty current books for a cost, but many are much cheaper than the hardcover or paperbacks.
@morgandrake (2140)
• United States
7 Jun 08
I tend to prefer hardcopies myself. I print out most of the PDFs that I read, or at least the longer more important ones. Considering that I do not have a laptop, or a ebook reader, and spend a lot of time elsewhere, it is the only way that I can even attempt to get caught up with some of my reading.