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23 July 2009 @ 13:18
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Books are becoming obsolete.
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(Anonymous) on 27th July 2009 13:59 (UTC)
Agree - you can find all your information on the internet now!! E-books will take over
(Anonymous) on 1st August 2009 23:59 (UTC)
Disagree
Bookshops are still going strong, the internet has served to make books more accessible. Lazy people can download .pdfs and the like but books will always be the first choice. Not sure we could say the same thing in 100 years' time, though.
(Anonymous) on 2nd August 2009 03:30 (UTC)
Disagree, even if the information on the internet is growing, people still need an outlet to escape from reality, and movies and television could only do so much. Besides, wouldn't .PDF's, Kindle, and E-books still be considered 'books'?
AYMSzeto on 3rd May 2010 23:13 (UTC)
Disagree. There is just something about holding a physical copy of your favourite novel and flipping through the pages.
Derek: Book: Catcher In The Ryeemo_is_for_life on 4th May 2010 16:11 (UTC)
agree
even tho i dont like it i have to admit it seems less people are bothering with books