[LINK] Kindle survey: good for reading, bad for study

Richard Chirgwin rchirgwin at ozemail.com.au
Thu May 27 10:15:03 AEST 2010

I find this an interesting commentary on the relationship between how 
people want to read, and what they like reading it on...


> Amazon distributed Kindle DXs to students at a number of US colleges, 
> then solicited their feedback. What they discovered was that students 
> don't read textbooks, they use textbooks. And a traditional hard-copy 
> textbook is more usable — it's easier and more intuitive to thumb 
> through, search, and scribble on than an ebook.


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