The Case for a Conventional Personal Library


Many years ago I came to the point where I just couldn’t expand my conventional personal library any further – there just wasn’t any more room. Thankfully, I live in an age where I no longer need the physical room in order to expand my library and with many thousands of digital books (ebooks) currently in my possession that is a good thing – just how would I have been able to accumulate that many physical books?

The link below is to an article that makes the case for keeping a conventional personal library and though I would love to have my library in such a form, for me it just isn’t possible.

For more visit:
https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2019/07/you-should-own-your-favorite-books-in-hard-copy/

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Article: Traditional Books Better for Memory Retention


The following link is to an article suggesting that reading a physical book (traditional book) will aid the memory more than an ebook. I think memorising something is a little more sophisticated than that, but then again I am an ebook fan.

For more, visit:
http://healthland.time.com/2012/03/14/do-e-books-impair-memory/