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The traditional book vs ebook debate

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Or more specifically (to be fair), comparing the traditional book experience with ebooks on an iPad (drool, still. After all this time that its been out, I continue to harbor tech envy for this little device). Jamie Rubin gives this a decent treatment in his latest 15 use cases comparing e-books to traditional books, though I have to confess – what I loved most about the article (aside from #15) was that he not only staged his own photos, but someone was willing to take those pictures with him :).

In an almost related only because it involves books and photographs way, if you haven’t seen Jim Hines’ attempt to reproduce female fantasy cover shots using live “action” shots of himself, you are reading the wrong blogs. [link]

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Posted January 20, 2012 by mcummings in category Personal

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Michael is happily married and the proud father of three girls. He acknowledges that that means that as soon as they hit their teens, the bathroom will be lost forever and his hypertension will go through the roof as he hunts down a shotgun. In the meantime, he enjoys tinkering with Linux (former Gentoo dev, w00t), fixing his frankenparts PC, and attempting to write stories that are worthy of reading (a ways to go on that one). Its nice to have aspirations at least :)

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