Do you like studing books

@1anurag1 (3580)
September 21, 2009 10:26am CST
Today we have a big number of means to get ourselves busy every time. Earlier in my childhood i used to read good books. but now i have involved more in internet , computers and some other stuffs.. not get the time to be with a book. what about u
4 responses
@EliteUser (3966)
• Australia
1 Oct 09
Hey, Well I haven't really read a book for quite a long time, this is because I think that the Internet has actually replaced the books in our lives. It is now so much cheaper, because you don't have to actually print out the book either. Make sure you have a good day, God bless and Happy Lotting!!
• India
21 Sep 09
I am probably a bit old fashioned but I love reading. Reading of all kinds of books, whether they be reference, fiction, non fiction or just informative. To curl up with a good book and be totally engrossed in it is the ultimate sense of bliss for me. A book is like a wonderful blanket which brings lovely sleep and sweet dreams taking you to the world of fantasy, a world inhabited by yourself and the various characters created by the author. However, nowadays we do have a number of distractions, but again the internet and e-books once again open up vast archives of knowledge and to float in and out among the corridors of learning is in itself a fantastic experience. If you thirst for knowledge only forms have changes, the means and sources become different but the vast ocean of knowledge stretches beyond with open arms to welcome you whether it be a book or the internet.
@anurag3786 (6273)
• India
21 Sep 09
i like studying books also..and i like some magzines like computers, sports..etc... i spend more time in that magzines.. it is my hobby to reading books.. when i got reading books..then i ..take my favourite magzines..bur i don't read those books..who are related to my
• Canada
21 Sep 09
I'm currently in University, all that I do is read textbooks, articles and journals from other scholars! It becomes overwhelming, reading so many books and things that are purely information and not overly enjoyable. However, you don't really realize how much information you take in even just be skimming through some articles. We also have a massive database of online journals at our school - so a lot of the readings we are assigned are directly on the internet. I actually find it easier to read from a textbook though - as you can highlight and make notes directly in the text.