Digital Reading

I have plenty of windmills to tilt at without looking for trouble. Trouble, in this case, being defined as things I have a marginal interest in but not any particular knowledge about.  I realize for some readers that describes this blog .

Pure Analog

Today’s subject is the technology of reading. I have a vested interest in reading. Very little of what moves me to write has its origin outside the written word. So we turn to a trifecta of blog posts from Megan McArdle, Ned Resnikoff and Nicholas Carr on the subject of the emerging digital technology of reading. (More specifically, what seems to have set off  Continue reading