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Do you like to read?
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Poll: Do you like to read?
Yes, I like to read.
No, I do not like to read.
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TheOnlyOneAroundWithAnySense
Rohan


May 15 2016, 10:52pm

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I love it [In reply to] Can't Post

Reading two books right now (granted, one at this time is a graphic novel). I'm also one of those pesky, untrusting people who prefers to have physical copies of what I read, watch or listen to. Don't want to open a book on my (hypothetical) Kindle account someday, find several pages altered or missing and be forever reassured it was 'always that way,' I guess.


Eldy
Gondor


Jun 4 2016, 7:28pm

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...I don't read nearly as much as I did when I was younger. Or at least, I don't read as many books. I read plenty of news articles and of course tons of stuff on forums.


Omnigeek
Lorien


Jun 6 2016, 1:39am

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I keep physical copies as well [In reply to] Can't Post


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Reading two books right now (granted, one at this time is a graphic novel). I'm also one of those pesky, untrusting people who prefers to have physical copies of what I read, watch or listen to. Don't want to open a book on my (hypothetical) Kindle account someday, find several pages altered or missing and be forever reassured it was 'always that way,' I guess.


I love physical books but I like the convenience of ereaders. I like to archive copies of my ebooks; B&N used to let you download the ebook files so you could keep a copy for posterity. Baen doesn't use DRM on any of their titles -- I think Tor followed their example a year or two ago. Of course, for the classics, there's always Project Gutenberg.

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