Ebooks: A More Civilised Way Of Scribbling In The Margins?
Posted at 8:25AM Sunday 25 Mar 2012
Ebooks are reinventing the way books are read and annotated. An increasing number of e-readers, including the Kindle, Kobo and the Readmill iPad app, allow readers to select pieces of text, highlight and save them, much like underlining in a traditional book – but with various advantages over a print mark-up.
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