De la distracción al leer

by Pedro Jorge Romero on 16/04/2012

Me recuerda a aquel consejo de Borges de que si un libro no te interesa, déjalo y pasa a otro (o algo a ese efecto). Borges sí que sabía.

En este caso, habla de la supuesta ventaja del Kindle al eliminar distracciones.

One response is to cut yourself off: many users of the Kindle claim to prefer it because of its relative disconnectedness. The Kindle is a single-purpose device: you use it for reading, not for "distraction". But I think this attitude does a disservice to the text: if the book is not enough to hold your attention, then surely it is failing.

En The ebook that forces the reader to pay attention | Books | The Observer.

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