Bread is a staple around the world. Every culture has its own version or style, from India’s naan...
In this episode, Andrew and Anna debate the pros and cons of reading paper books and digital e-books. They also discuss their experiences with reading online and talk about the daily distractions that prevent them from reading properly.
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The first e-book was published way back in 1971. Michael Stern Hart was a technologist who decided to transcribe the US Declaration of Independence onto his computer and make it available to other users on the network. However, the first physical e-book invented was the Rocketbook in 1997.
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Music Credit: Something Elated by Broke For Free, Step On by Jahzzar
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Link to talk with Dr. Naomi Barron
Article we summarized in the episode