Books on Paper


I got my Kindle in early March and I haven’t read a book printed on actual paper since then.  Today, however, Eric Boehlert’s Bloggers on the Bus came in the mail, all bound and printed on genuine dead trees.  And it looks definitely worth reading.  But it’s going to feel so weird….

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