Tsukiyumi wrote:I totally get the convenience aspect of a kindle or "nook" (lol); I just hope they never stop printing hardcopies of new books, for a number of reasons.
I'm also not happy about the idea of entirely e-publishing any of my work.
Mikey wrote:@ McAvoy - I imagine, though I'm not sure, that a fair number of faiths have some sort of ritual burning for Bibles. We all know what flag-burning represents... but when performed with the proper ceremony, burning is the only acceptable way of disposing of a worn national flag. In Judaism, because of the ephemeral nature of ink-and-paper or electronic media, there is a custom to not write the word "G-d."
GrahamKennedy wrote:You may find this article of interest.
Condan1993 wrote:I like physical books, I feel there's a certain air of dignity in having small libary, or even just a bookshelf. That, and any sort of E-reader device is outside of my price range.
Tsukiyumi wrote:Now... if only I could afford a bookshelf...
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