E-Books: “the book-cover equivalent of burqas”

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In the Chicago Tribune, Christopher Borrelli bemoans the rise of e-books for taking away “the genuine soul” that “the randomness and variety and art work of a tangible book being cradled by a commuter” lends to the city. Plus, it seriously hinders his ability to “eavesdrop on what you’re reading.” Check out the article and […]

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