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Jeremy Zawodny observes that quite a few people don't do books these days. That thought passed my mind recently as well. While I've always read a lot and there have always been books around in our house when I was little, some people I know don't seem to actively read anymore these days. They may buy books, perhaps, for university or work – but there seems to be very little recreational reading going on.

Is is conservative to think this is a bit odd? Will the time of traditional non-interactive offline reading come to an end soon? I don't hope so.

So much to read, so little time.

September 7, 2003, 15:25

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