As we know, a lot (almost all kinds) of books can be downloaded from the internet, whether it's for free (if you're into piracy or really old literature) or with the sacrifice of a little money (less than the cost of paperback version). I admit that this thing really makes the distribution of knowledge easier. Maybe in the future, schools just have to provide a single e-book reader for their students instead of heaps of textbooks (I know some schools have started this).
For me, personally, although I have experienced the advantage of e-book reader, I still prefer the traditional paperback prints. They're just...different. The feel, the smell, the rustle of pages, I love those things. I even love the sight of yellow blots appearing on the pages of older books.
My brother agrees with me on this. Even though technology never stops discovering new things, some traditional things would still remain dear in people's hearts.
Listening to: Salut d'Amour - Edward Elgar
Drinking: Peacock Coffee's White Menthol