Pregnancy Books To Read
There is a strong link in the French mind between writing paper and reading a book or a newspaper when they think of writing, the French spontaneously mention the book, but the newspaper or the letter and the paper books to digital books being preferred by 93% of respondents, 77% even believe that this preference will continue in ten years. The paper also provides the preferred media for receiving various documents . [. . ] The personal digital media (e-mail) is preferred for some personalized content (advertising: 56%). The paper is also designated as the ideal medium for preserving important documents, both administrative as a pay slip (91% of employees) and an insurance (87%) or emotional as a message of love or friendship (68%). If it appears from the results of this survey that a large majority of French people prefer reading a paper book, we regret once again that this type of survey does not take into account, among those surveyed, the number of people who have already experienced the reader reading. This would avoid biased results if, as influenced by unfounded a priori, while for measuring the ability to convert the digital book and keeping new users. But one imagines that this advocacy paper is much less intrusive than a fair study puts into perspective the use of paper book readers and / or digital . . . . I totally agree on the character through the study. When I show a reading light e-ink is still the big surprise when the reading comfort (like what we talk about it enough, but mostly it makes enough of dmonstration live). APRS I'd say it's 50/50 on those that it has enough delights and tempt those who remain fiercely attach "the smell of paper. " I do not m'tais realized there were so many people who breathed that Plutt books to read . . . . yes, and then the number of respondents who prefer a physical book, how many have purchased one or two in the year?. I include an attachment to physical books or art with a lot of photos but preferred the smell and feel of a paperback book from a reading lamp. . . . . . The libraries of 100 pregnancy books to read was an ambitious educational article series of feature-editor of the weekly newspaper Die Zeit. Started in 1978, was published in the next two years, each week a review of a work of world literature. 1980 published a book edition of these essays by Suhrkamp Verlag, edited by Fritz J. Raddatz, the sales success the great interest in this kind of canon formation was confirmed, and the essay collection of 2009 is unchanged in the 13th Rest in front. The success of the company meant that the project was completed five years later a collection of libraries of the 100 non-fiction, the book edition worried again Raddatz 1984 as publisher. Finally, followed in 2002 and 2003 a series of articles intended to propose a series of 50 works of comprehensive reading canon for students, the time-student library. Based on the observation that in a then recent study about the reading habits of the reception of the "beautiful literature" far behind landed behind various types of dictionaries and reference books, was declared aim to teach reading, to entice you to read. The selection of the works concerned a six-person jury (Rudolf Walter Leonhardt, Hans Mayer, Rolf Michaelis, Fritz J. Raddatz, Peter Wapnewski and Dieter E. Zimmer), which invited the reviewers. Some of the works were presented by the jury members themselves, most reviewers were not professional book critic, but even well-known writers. Their subjective perspective on the works from their own reading experience and enthusiasm turns out part of the appeal of the collection. Poetry I: From Walter to Hölderlin (Ulla Hahn, published her collection of 234 poems in 2003 as they anthology entitled Voices in the canon of German poetry. ). . . .