I’m sorry print traditionalists and tech-weary Luddites – the revolution will not be laid out in type-set, it’s already glowing upon thin screens via glossy displays that even fight sun glare – the e-readers: be they Kindle, Nook …or Kobo…seem to be here to stay.
(Grumble: Setting aside that you don’t need a device to read any of our print books, but nevermind…)
Ultimately, Smith advises: “… it depends how much of a reader you are. If you read sparingly, a tablet is a good option that can also fill that need. But if you read all the time, you won’t want to be tied to a heavier, eye-straining tablet screen to do it….”
Anyhow – the weekend is almost here – Please take note (and please consider attending!!) these exciting library programs – one includes two more local music acts making noise in our hushed, hallowed halls, the other works toward building a Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender Book Collection – and help support our Queer for Books Book Club.