I read some books too in iBooks on my phone but mostly poetry and shorter works.
But it sort of trivializes my reading for some reason. I remember my books when they're physical copies
I've got tons of e-books and I have a question. Is is really bad that I read it on my laptop(sumatra pdf) instead of having a physical copy? In terms of staring for hours at a dim laptop lcd screen and posture wise..
Posture is very important. You should try to find a used e-reader for around 50 bucks if you have that many e-books and buy a bookstand for posture.
>I'm not sure you understand how to use greentext.
"Enter a single ">" before a line in your reply and it will show up green. This is supposed to indicate a quotation of someone else's post, but as no one one 4chan has any respect for petty distinctions like intellectual property, hardly anyone does this. Much more common is reductive quoting:"
I'm confused how that's not reductive quoting.
The appropriate response to him would have been
>reading readers digest
You are the cancer that is killing this board
or as a response to someone calling him cancer
(implying that you have to pick one)
Your post is a defense or readers digest, or maybe I am misunderstanding and you are defending readers digest from any upcoming attacks
Like listening to the vibration of frogs upon gathering swimming green water which indication is great usurpery loss and that what makes the singing or teeth for teeth into a rousing groaned holes not detestable, it is intact that you must have been misunderstood agreed!
In the aforementioned parameters of "greentexting" we were able to derive meaning from reducing the basic essence of any given statement to what its pith meant. This then I would infer to mean that one can take
to mean that Redear's Digest can be reduced to to cancer.
I'm confused as to why you state it designates itself as a choice of criticizing another. If used as a metaphorical device we could easily use greentext to compound on the already given statement, compounding through the reduction of what was given.
I'm not arguing what I did was the correct form, I'm merely stating that it's not wrong to delineate the core of something via greentext in a derisive way.
12 year old fuck boi, PhD
Didn't want to start a new thread because I bet you get these questions all the time, but what kind of e-readers are you guys using?
I'm currently interested in Amazon's paperwhite model but it's a little pricy for me and wondering if there's anything better to consider. I thought about getting a regular tablet (like one of the cheap Fire models) but from what I read it doesn't have e-ink tech and I'd like to avoid eyestrain as much as possible.
Search your city's classifieds (craigslist, kijiji, etc.). You can get a used Kindle/Sony/Kobo for much less. A lot of people receive e-readers as gifts, never use them, and eventually sell them for cheap. Do not get a tablet. I personally use a Sony PRS-T2.