Melody
Booking Through Thursday
  • Do you read e-Books?
  • If so, how? On your computer, or a PDA?
  • Or are you a paper purist? Why?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

  • No, I don't. I find it rather tedious to read them on screen, and moreover it's not as convenient as compared to reading a physical book because you have to sit in front of a computer to read it (although you can do so by using a laptop) but still, it's not my thing.
  • Please see above. Anyway, I don't have a PDA.
  • I guess I'm a paper purist, because I'd definitely prefer to read a physical book than reading an e-book. Also, it's a thrill and joy to find new releases while visiting the bookstore; and there is also something about those new books smell and everything. Besides these, I get to make use of my bookmarks too...
4 Responses
  1. Alice Teh Says:

    I agree, Mel!

    Thrill and joy are the key words. And the bookmarks. How to disagree with you?

    Happy belated BTT!

    PS: How's Vesak Day celebration in Singapore?


  2. Melody Says:

    Thanks, Alice! :D

    We didn't go out yesterday as it was raining. Bummer! :( My dad went to the opening ceremony of The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple though, he said it was an eye opener for him.


  3. Julia Says:

    I agree, papers is the way to go..but I weren't mind e-books if I don't have to sit in front of computer and stare at the screen for far too long. I may need to go buy PDA for this...

    Happy late Booking Through Thursday! Thanks for visiting my blog, as always :)


  4. It's much more fun to browse through the books at a bookstore amongst the print books, isn't it?