We all know physical books came first. Then the ebook was born… in 1971.
No, for real. I tried to look up when ebooks started and Google told me a man named Michael Hart invented the ebook. Yet, Amazon’s Kindle wasn’t a thing until 2007. I tried to dig deeper, but it was pretty confusing, so…
There’s your intro for this post.
Ever since e-readers became more popular, there has been an ongoing debate about whether ebooks are better than physical books.
Or, not that one is better than the other, but it’s about what people prefer and which team you’re on.
- Ebooks are cheaper.
- Ebooks are instant downloads so you don’t have to leave your house and talk to people.
- They’re portable.
- You can carry many books at once.
- You can read in the dark.
- You need to buy an e-reader, which can be expensive.
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