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    • #12918
      Kevin Schaefer
      Keymaster

      I’m a pretty voracious reader, but I often have trouble flipping the pages in a book. Depending on my energy level or the size of the book, it can be too difficult sometimes to read a hard copy. I read more eBooks these days on my iPad, but I still prefer print. When you spend all day working for a website, the last thing you want to do at night is stare at a screen.

      Recently though my Mom found some support pads off Amazon that I can use for my hands. Earlier today I used them to prop my left hand while I was reading a thick paperback. I kept my right hand on my phone next to the book, and from there I could turn the pages pretty easily. I’ll try to find a link if any of you are interested.

      Any tips you all have? When you read, do you prefer digital or in-print?

    • #12925
      Kevin Schaefer
      Keymaster

      I just looked at the pad itself. It’s called a Sisu pillow, and you can visit the website at http://sisupillow.com.

    • #12967
      Adnan Hafizovic
      Participant

      I prefer digital but i can also use print books wtihout any problems.But it is easier to use digital books,smartphone is smaller then book and on our smartphones we also have music and other stuffs.

      • #12974
        Kevin Schaefer
        Keymaster

        Definitely. I use my phone for reading, music, podcasts, writing, social media, emails, etc. It’s just easier to move my fingers across the screen.

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