#3
Paper books will be the cheapest, but the kindle fire is pretty nice. It costs around $200, but you can do more than just read books with it (watch tv, movies, listen to music, play games and use apps, web browsing, etc.), and it's cheaper than an ipad.
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#4
iPad with a Kindle app.
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#7
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This. My nook is awesome, not a huge fan of the kindle. I still prefer paper books for the most part though,
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#14
Paper books or an android tablet.
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#15
Books for sure. If you take care of them they last, you'd be pretty lucky to get five years out of the others.


#17
Kindle fires are cool and affordable if you want a tablet. I'd say that over the iPad. But if I were a reader I think I'd prefer paper.
#18
What's with all the Nook and Kindle hate? Those things are awesome.
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#20
I personally prefer physical copies of books but it would pretty nice to have a bunch of books just in your Ipad or something, especially if you're travelling.
#22
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Just the issues of piss-poor availability, and screaming children while you browse.

Kindle ftw.
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#23
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Just the issues of piss-poor availability, and screaming children while you browse.

Kindle ftw.


u srs? A lot of libraries do inter-library loans, so you can get pretty much any book, and if you don't want to encounter screaming kids, just go during school hours or Sunday afternoons. Also, threatening to push a shelf down on top of them works in dire situations.
#24
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u srs? A lot of libraries do inter-library loans, so you can get pretty much any book, and if you don't want to encounter screaming kids, just go during school hours or Sunday afternoons. Also, threatening to push a shelf down on top of them works in dire situations.

I'm totally serious. Inter-library loans or not, the number of libraries, and the stock they hold has been dropping for years.
Plus, it's difficult to get to a library 'during school hours' if you have a job.
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#25
The kind of stuff that you can't get from libraries even if you order it in advance (rare small print books, niche academic stuff) isn't usually available online anyway.
#26
Physical paper books forever!
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#27
I'm a fan of the paper book. The work itself feels like a bit of art, even if the cover is ugly or not. It feels more sentimental too.

It's like owning a physical CD vs a download.
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