Last week, I stumbled onto a post at Time.com (via Lifehacker.com) about the effects on memory that reading physical books versus eBooks can have. The writer says that after receiving a Kindle as a gift, she loaded it up with a few pieces from her favourite authors for ‘light reading’ (her words, not mine), but quickly discovered that she wasn’t retaining details of what she was reading as well as she thought she should. After some research, and linking to yet another article reporting the same phenomenon, she discovered that eBooks may actually be bad if
It’s Easter! And everybody is a winner in our Easter Egg hunt this year at Free-eBooks.net! Whether for you Easter means a traditional Fried Fish on Fridays and religious services all weekend, or colorful fun and lots of festivities and family, you can join in our Easter Egg Hunt and win yourself some nifty prizes!
We are scattering 50 Easter Eggs throughout the website everyday until tomorrow with a wide variety of eggs which have prizes and surprises. Each person can win 3 times for the duration of the contest but that doesn’t prevent you from telling your
To get off-topic here for a minute, I want to bring your attention to one of the hot topics in social media these days – that of the practice for people in positions of power insisting on having first-hand access to your social media accounts.
I don’t remember when this first was a news item, but it came to the fore earlier this month when a US interviewee to a government position was asked for their Facebook username and password and had their account scrutinized in front of him in the interview room. After this hit the news,