Monday, October 3, 2011

An argument on ebooks and physical books is not easy to resolve. It is argument where both side have very different values. One side basis an argument on practicality while the other side argues emotional and sentimental value. I personally do not value physical books any differently than I do a book on an ipad/ phone/ kindle etc., a book is a book.

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  1. Hmm. Young Walrus. Thou must proofread. And your equivocation would be more interesting if you were to refer to the very specific arguments made in the two pamphlets.

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  3. An argument on ebooks and physical books is not so easy to resolve. While one side basis an argument on practicality, the other side's argument is based on emotional and sentimental value. Dustin argues that books are an unnecessary use of paper and that kindles and ipads are cost officiant. Hannah argues that physical paper is essential to fully enjoying a book and that physical books bring back certain memories. I personally do not value physical books any differently than I do a book on an ipad/ phone/ kindle etc., a book is a book.

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