Tech Tuesday: Reading in 2014

Each Tuesday, pleasureinlearning brings you Tech Tuesday.  Come back each week for more ways to become efficient and effective in your use of technology. 


In between reading Hacking Point of Sale and Resolving Everyday Conflict, I’ve been reading Anne of Green Gables.  The crazy part about these three books (besides the fact that they are about wildly different subjects) is that I’m reading each of them in a different way.

How has changing technology changed your idea of reading?  As Anne might say, “Do you have any scope for imagination?”

(If you’re looking for information about checking out eBooks and audiobooks from your library, here is the information for TN and KY. Feel free to post a comment with information about your state or local library’s program. )


2 comments on “Tech Tuesday: Reading in 2014

  1. Karen Dougherty says:

    Thanks for a great post, Kristen. It’s nice to hear from another member of the “Hey, Reading Is Reading!” club. I love books; I love my Kindle; and I love my car sound system. And I’m thankful for all three. I enjoy a daily email from BookBub, which offers free and low-cost books from Amazon or Apple. The site’s suggestions encourage me to read books I might have missed. I’m currently enjoying Bread Upon the Waters by Irwin Shaw—never would have read it had BookBub not offered it to me.

  2. YeVette says:

    So many books; so many choices. I need to listen to some books in the car, but I am afraid I would just keep driving if I was listening to a good part.

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