With school back in session and millions of today’s students using e-books in the classroom, versus traditional books, it’s a good time to talk about speed-reading. Even if you aren’t a student or are only reading for pleasure, there are only so many minutes in the day and you may want to know how to become a faster reader. Then again, you may not be interested in speedy reading, because you don’t see it as a race or a competition. You just want to enjoy what you read and retain more of it as you read. Whatever kind
Let’s say you’re traveling this summer, in a foreign country, and you don’t have your smart phone because it wouldn’t work overseas. Plus you didn’t bring your Kindle e-reader along, because you weren’t sure how well it would work – or if it would work at all. But you do have your laptop. Can you still read Kindle books?
Kindle Cloud Reader
The good news is yes, as long as you have a Wi-Fi connection that lets you access your Amazon account – where you can interface with Kindle Cloud Reader. Of course you may not have the
E-readers and tablets are simultaneously similar and different. But the things they don’t share in common can have a big impact on your re-book reading experience. Before you invest in one or the other, here are four key considerations to take into account.
#1 Visual Imagery and Eye Strain
E-readers utilize a screen that displays electronic paper and ink, which is engineered to closely replicate the look and visible texture of real printed paper. Tablets, on the other hand, typically display high-resolution images and text – but the graphic representation is a bit harsher than real paper or