Glass vs. Ink: An Argument for Print

In today’s era of round-the-clock connectivity, it’s hard to avoid the screen. Movies, books, and music—essentially all forms of entertainment—are now formatted to fit our devices, for better or for worse. Call me old-fashioned, but for me the whole point of reading a book is to actually hold said book and catch a few hours away from my laptop(s). Countless hours over the years of my twenties have been spent in front of different screens—namely computer and television—and as a result I’ve had to start wearing glasses to combat a bad case of nearsightedness (I’d like to note that throughout my teens I had perfect vision), but a decade worth of desk work/YouTube/writing papers helped blur my ability to read the bottom lines of vision tests.
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