As we know, there are three ways to consume a book: ebooks, audiobooks and printed books. For me, this is a matter of use for each one of them. I will try to explain when do I use each format.
Roughly the size of a paperback book or tablet — and much lighter than a hardcover tome — e-readers can hold dozens of digital books at once, letting you toggle between your favorite reads, or compile them for a long flight or commute.
We all believe that eBooks and eBook readers are quite novel new inventions, but the truth is that the history of ebooks is quite longer than what we think. The conceptualization of ebooks dates back to 1930, and the first eBook reader, the Rocket, was introduced twenty years ago, in 1998. That same year, […]
Buying an eReader and start downloading and reading books is great, but nowadays eReaders have evolved to do much more than plain eBook reading. There are a few sites which help tame the eBook reader industry. They include news, reviews, hints, and tips about eReaders as well as other reading devices, such as tablets, and […]
Some people like physical books. They like the feeling of browsing through a book, feeling its pages, taking notes the old-fashioned way (with a pencil or a pen). Me? I’m a technology aficionado. I like to adapt to technology changes and import these in my everyday life. Therefore, I like eBooks more than anything. And […]