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I agree with you about reading technical books, but I find the same problem with other factual books where I have a need to jump between sections quickly. For me eReaders work best for stories.

As technology progresses I wonder what electronic format would be a suitable replacement for paper technical/non-fiction books. Would it be an eReader with multiple touch screen pages (remember it's often nice to scribble quick notes on pages), or perhaps virtual pages injected and stored directly in our brains (reading books with our eyes closed!) Just like the paperless office, we're not there yet.

The ability to read synchronously across multiple platforms is useful and perfectly adapted to the different environments we read in. As is the ability to change font type, size, contrast, page width etc.

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