Why Printed Books Will Never Die
Measured en masse, the stack of "books I want to read" that sits precariously on the edge of a built-in bookshef in my dining room just about eclipses 5,000 pages, writes Josh Catone in today's Mashable.
It would be a lot easier if I just downloaded all those books to an iPad or Kindle, he says.
But there's something about print I can't give up, he writes. There's something about holding a book and the visceral act of turning a page that can't be matched by pixels on a screen.