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  1. Joyce and I both read a lot of books. Joyce more than me. After spending many years before a computer, we have both found it is more relaxing and convenient to have a “real” book in our hands. Easier to flip back through the pages and easier to just pick up and read when we want to. Don’t get me wrong. We like to peruse many online books for research, but that is very much like “work”. A paperback or even a hardcover is portable, uses no power and it recyclable. Our preferences only. 🙂

    • And even with your current more mobile lifestyle and the cramped space, you prefer the physical book? I understand completely what you’re saying — for exactly the reasons you mention.

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