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Sometimes Cereal Boxes Even Have Puzzles

August 26, 2014 by

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The First Step is Admitting it?

May 6, 2013 by

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Reading Postures and What They Mean

March 1, 2013 by

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I Don’t Want to Read This

June 8, 2012 by

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I have a problem. (Yeah, yeah, admitting it is the first step to recovery.) My problem is this: I hate not finishing things. I’m pretty sure I developed this trait when I was a teenager. I was sick for a while so for a couple of years there I didn’t finish anything. And when I […]

Neuroscience of an eBook

March 28, 2012 by

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There have been some articles lately about the neuroscience of ereading (though mainly based on cobbling together previous work on reading in general, and from anecdotal evidence regarding ereading practice), mainly summated by Chris Meadows, writing at Teleread: Does e-reading affect our memory of what we read? Do we remember less when we read e-books? […]

Make Everything Okay?

March 14, 2012 by

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Game called on account of massive power outage. So instead of working I’m going to spend the day lying on my floor eating cookies. Or reading those paper things. What are they called? Books? If your day is throwing you as much as mine try clicking this link. It will make everything better. At least […]

Life Advice for the Unwary

September 19, 2011 by

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I spent the weekend not working. I know, we’re all shocked. But it meant I got to spend some time reading. (Yes, that’s what I do when I’m not working. Okay, I also take naps. And there may have been a thing with a bonfire and my ears freezing. But that’s not the point.) Since […]