Phone Reading

reading interrupted.

I love hearing about people’s reading habits (see previous post) and often ask people if they prefer traditional books or e-books.

One conversation that struck me was with a man I met at a recent conference.  He told me that while he reads paperbacks at home, when he travels he reads novels on his iPhone.

“Oh, you mean your iPad,” I replied. “No, my iPhone,” he replied amiably, taking his iPhone out from his pocket to show me.

True enough, he had a few novels on his iPhone. I was fascinated! Didn’t the tiny screen bother him? Nope, he replied. Did he zoom in to make the words larger? At first, he said. But then he got used to it, and now just read the text normally.

 

I was surprised and intrigued that he felt comfortable reading entire books on his iPhone.  I sometimes look up a short text…

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. letizia
    Oct 06, 2012 @ 13:54:46

    thanks for the reblog!

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