Writing in Books

I am a renowned highlighter/underliner of books and have been for many a year. This has probably been the most difficult transition for me from physical books to digital books – other than the lack of their physical presence and ownership I guess. Still, I have now begun highlighting and annotating via Kindle. Do you write or mark your books/ebooks in any way? Please share in the comments if you do and why – I’d love to know.

The link below is to an article that asks ‘should we write in books?’ What do you think?

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Searching Your Library With Evernote

The link below is to an article that provides one way to search your physical library with Evernote. If you have other suggestions on how to use Evernote with books/ebooks, please leave a comment with your use/suggestion.

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Leaving Your Mark On Books

The link below is to an article that takes a look at marking books – underlining, annotations, etc.

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Retaining Read Information from Books

The link below is to an article that takes a look at how to retain information you have read from books and articles.

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Article: Why You Should Write in Books

The link below is to an article that considers reasons for writing in books.

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Article: Highlighting Stupidity

The link below is to an article that reports on efforts to limit the usefulness of highlighting and sharing highlighted text.

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