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Ian Stewart

Some years ago, reading an enjoyable but heavy book in economy-class on an Asian airline and trying to avoid the elbow of my neighbor as I turned a page (which I then had to hold down), I thought it would be great idea if someone came up with some form of electronic book that was light and flipped pages with a finger click.

I even looked into the possibility of developing one myself but the technology to create a display as comfortable to read as print was not then available.

As a former foreign correspondent and an author, I would hate to see the demise of the printed word but as Steven points out the e-book has some attractive uses.

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Moby Dick ? what a great book ? what a great book simply incredible !

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