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Reading Habits In The Modern World

Written by son of rambow on Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Reading has become a good habit of humankind. It proves our great desire for knowledge in many fields of life. Reading habits and the ways of reaching knowledge have changed significantly with the flow of time and generations.

In this IT era, many things can easily be solved with the help of technology; reading books is one of them. The online communities, so-called netizens, are definitely familiar with the words e-mail, e-commerce, e-learning and now the e-book. E-book stands for electronic book; it means readers download one from many websites then read it on a computer.

Many youngsters nowadays prefer this method of reading because it has lots of advantages; however, some others state that the e-book isn't always the best choice to read.

1. E-book now develops widely among online communities because of the following reasons.

First of all, readers can save a lot of time to find the books they want buy searching and using one. In the past, if a person wants to buy a book, he has to go to a bookstore and search for it. It can waste more time if the book he wants is not available, and then he has to search at other bookstores. On the contrary, an e-book reader just accesses internet and finds the books easily after some clicks of the fingers.

There are many useful websites that provide a wide variety of books in any field with very clear introductions. The readers will no longer waste their precious time standing in front of long lines of books and being confused of what books to choose.

Second of all, it is an economic way to read. The price of an e-book is much cheaper than that of a real book, let alone many e-books are free to online readers. By registering as a member of an e-book website, many readers can read freely their favorite books. There are also some books they have to pay but they do not cost as much as the books at shops or stores. This way of reading brings a great opportunity for students or poor readers who desire for reading materials.

Finally, it can help the reader get the latest version quickly. Many readers often look forward to the day their favorite books or stories are available at bookstores, but they can reach them first with e-books. Readers can subscribe via e-mails to be updated on the latest books available on websites instead of standing in front of the bookstores for many hours to have their books on hand.

2. Despite the advantages of e-books, there are some reasons that it cannot replace a real book.

First and foremost, a real book is portable so people can bring it to read anywhere, anytime. It does not depend on the internet and a computer. The way we read a real book is much simpler than an electronic one. Just take a book and read!

Many bookworms have the habit of putting their favorite book under their pillow and reading it before sleeping. With an e-book, it seems to be impossible. Many people confirm that they feel much more comfortable and satisfied to read a real book than an e-book because of the reading position. Readers can read while sunbathing or sitting in the middle of the garden or even in the car anywhere they feel relaxed suitable to read.

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