Related but not directly. I use an iPad mini for ebooks and I usually read in bed before going to sleep. The strange thing is that last year I decided to finish a trilogy where I had read the first book a few years before. I tried to read the paperback I had and found it uncomfortable. So I bought the ebook so I could read with my iPad. I wonder how many others have migrated completely. But that’s a different discussion. Bob
The above was in response to the same article as Kirk’s comment above, but I’m curious as to if you read paper books or eBooks, and why?
True story- I read my first eBook on a Psion 3c in 1996, mainly because it had a backlight, and I have never read a paper book since. I read at least one book a month and always have done. I now use a Kindle Paperwhite because I want to avoid staring at normal screens for too long.