My first exposure to ebooks was through the Kindle platform. I had money saved from a summer internship, and (among other things) used it to purchase a then-new third-generation Kindle. While I have continued to enjoy some aspects of paper, my Kindle had distinct advantages—most notably that it was actually lighter than many of the books I was reading. With it, I was able to maintain longer reading sessions without having to deal with my arms getting sore.
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I am becoming increasingly convinced that the folk saying “I’ll believe it when I see it” is wrong, at least some of the time. Or at least, people have a remarkably predictable ability to ignore seemingly convincing evidence in certain situations, when that evidence appears to contradict closely held beliefs. I’ve started calling this the “I’ll see it when I believe it” phenomenon.