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When it comes to your regular reading material you prefer to read ?

Type: Other

Submitted by Cybertoad (104)
Novels & books 46% 16 Votes
Kindles or tablets 14% 5 Votes
The newspaper 9% 3 Votes
Tech manuals 0% 0 Votes
Articles online 20% 7 Votes
Other 11% 4 Votes

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35 Votes Total

May 3, 2013

Poll Replies (16)

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turboshaft (24) When I have the time I will sit down and try to finish a book within a few days (I lose interest or the story if I don't), but for my "regular reading material" I prefer articles online.

I mean c'mon, how else can you easily go from your hometown newspaper to hardcore porn in a few seconds? ;-)

05-03-13  01:42am

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Drooler (220) It's best to read in variety: "Other."
05-03-13  02:24am

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gaypornolover (38) Novels and books, I love reading. I'm holding out against eReaders too - I can see the advantages but I am old-fashioned in many ways and I just prefer physical books.
05-03-13  04:02am

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Jay G (67) I was given a "Nook Color" awhile back and read 1 and 1/2 books on it, but just never got the right "touch" to use it without frustration. Gave it away and went back to the familiar "touch" of hard covers, my favorite form of reading.

I'm sure younger people will quickly adapt, but I'll read the older hard covers as long as they're printed

05-03-13  04:05am

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Capn (28) Magazines & newspapers for me.

Cap'n. :0)

05-03-13  05:44am

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RustyJ (145) I feel I have too little time for books these days. Online new sites and articles have become my favorite. Some forums too but not much.
05-03-13  07:13am

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messmer (137) After I got used to my tablet I became a total convert to electronic reading. It really comes in handy with 500+ page books. Reading the Kindle / or Kobo way I can simply prop my tablet up on a pillow next to me and read without strain. Another good thing, as you get older your eyes get worse and tablets give me a chance to adjust the font of a book so that reading once again becomes comfortable. Also there are tons of self-publishing authors to be found at a very low price. Some aren't the greatest of writers but many are. I've enjoyed quite a few a $ 2.98 books (and less) during the past couple of months.
05-03-13  12:43pm

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Wittyguy (105) I hate to admit it but the internet has ruined my reading. I used to read books all the time but now it's almost like I get bored reading more than a few pages. Damn you internet articles! Where did my ... (pause) ... attention span go?
05-03-13  12:59pm

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marcdc1 (174) While for deep reading (novels, non-fiction). I prefer to read print. For short reads (news articles etc) I read that content almost exclusively on a screen.
05-03-13  01:02pm

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jberryl69 (Disabled) Amazon has Audible Audio Edition, Unabridged - quite nice, but i guess if it's reading I have to answer then online. The only mag I subscribe to is Nat Geographic. The newspaper here stop publishing a daily and went to three days. I've boycotted the carpetbaggers that run it so I don't even bother with their e-edition. Use to subscribe to Smithsonian but they started using cheap paper and upped their ads by 500% - and sleazy ads to boot.
05-03-13  01:39pm

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luv lickn clit (23) I do a lot of news reading and general researching stuff online, but there's nothing like a good old fashioned book.
05-03-13  05:36pm

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pat362 (373) I picked novels and books because I only recently bought a tablet but you can be certain that I will be buying some e-novels in the months to come.
05-03-13  05:59pm

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Buckhead (13) I like everything. I have an e-reader, which is especially great for travel or getting great deals on books. Online is always nice for the variety. Audiobooks are great for travel. Magazines are great for catching up on the hobbies.

I will say that there is nothing better than having a physical book to read. I especially love being able to flip to a favorite part quickly and easily.

05-03-13  08:38pm

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tangub (155) It's years since I've bought a newspaper of magazine, I read news online these days.
05-05-13  01:25am

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slutty (111) Mostly books, magazines and online articles. Don't have an e-reader, not really against them, just don't want to spend the money on it.
05-05-13  09:23pm

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otoh (54) REPLY TO #3 - gaypornolover :

I find all my news online, but as far as reading goes, I too prefer actual paper novels. I'm not holding out against ereaders so deliberately - I think they are great tools and if I travelled more I would get one to avoid carting books around, and being able to have more than one to hand. But as it is, I'm happy with books, and I can easily loan them to friends.
05-11-13  06:35am

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