Notes in Spanish Gold Season 2 – Ep.23 – De Libros…

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Ben and Marina look at the reading habits of the Spanish, and what it tells us about the Spanish today.

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7 thoughts on “Notes in Spanish Gold Season 2 – Ep.23 – De Libros…

  1. Andrew

    Good job guys, very interesting, I think more and more people will be going over to e-books in the future, which I think is a very good thing (I’m not one of those weird nostalgic types who’s going to miss paper books, sorry).

    Also, I agree with Ben that reading a book on a computer is very strange and a bit dumb, you get eye strain with only about 20 minutes of continuous staring at a LCD screen, trying to read a book on one just seems ludicrous–also, this is precisely what e-ink readers were designed to address, it’s why they have the funky black-and-white display that they do, so that you get no more eye strain from reading them than you would from reading paper and ink, thereby allowing you to read comfortably for long periods of time.

    Anyway, look forward to the next one.


  2. Ben

    Thanks Andrew – I have to say, I am one of those funny nostalgic types – I still love paper! I haven’t actually read a book on a Kindle though, so it’s quite possible I could get to love it if needs be!

  3. Raymond Labelle

    Sobre las herramientas de lectura, uno tiene absolutamente que experimentar el ultimo del ultimo en esas tecnologías: el “Book”.

    Aquí está una presentación de esa increíble innovación, en un corto y muy divertido video de más o menos cinco minutos:

    En castellano con subtítulos en francés.

  4. myra

    Bfff Raymond… tu video me hizo reír a carcajadas!!! muchissimas gracias!!…
    Estoy de acuerdo con Ben, me encantan los libros, me gusta apuntar notas en ellos y el peso en mi mano y más de todo no hay nada mejor que el oler de los libros nuevos y viejos!!
    Gracias a Ben y Marina, otro interesantiissimo podcast!!
    Marina gracias por tu commentario en el último podcast me aprendí algo nuevo… ir casa por casa… gracias

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