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James Fallows on the Internet and Books

…in the course of reviewing Among Others by Jo Walton James Fallows makes the case for the coexistence of the Internet and books.  Simply put, he makes the case that the availability of books for sale over the Internet dramatically increases the scope of reading.  Agree or not, the article is elegantly written with plenty of examples (allusions) to books, and given the occasional either/or tone of the discussion of reading books vs. reading online here, a useful counterpoint.

~ by pdoty on .

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