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Yet Another Theory About Why E-Readers Are Inferior To Books
Andrew Piper: "Reading isn't only a matter of our brains; it's something that we do with our bodies. ... Unlike books, we cannot feel the impressions of the digital. The touch of the page brings us into the world, while the screen keeps us out." Slate 11/15/12
Posted November 16, 2012 12:49 AM

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