Just who knows what you are reading on your ebook reader? Just yourself? Think again. Ebook readers may not be as private a reading experience as you may wish or think.
The link below is to an article concerning the books you own and what your date may think about you. It just might be that your books declare what type of person you are.
Are You A Green Reader?
The link below is to an article that looks at whether ebooks help the environment or not, a question that is perhaps a little more complicated than you might think.
The following article from Australia’s newspaper ‘The Australian,’ reports on small business minister Nick Sherry’s opinion that there will be very few offline bookstores in the future. Bookshops will be largely an online business. What do you think?
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Today’s suggestion is probably one that most people wouldn’t think a great deal about these days. In the Western World, the issue of AIDS is probably somewhat on the backburner so to speak, though that would depend on the community you live within or deal with on a daily basis.
Though AIDS remains a major health threat in Western countries, the real frontline is in the Third World, where entire countries are under serious threat from AIDS/HIV and/or the consequences of the disease on the economy, the community, the family, etc.
So helping to prevent AIDS and to assist in the provision of treatment for AIDS/HIV, as well as caring for those left in it’s wake are all very important.
Some web sites with valuable information:
A response to reading ‘365 Ways to Change the World,’ by Michael Norton