Reading anything on screen hurts my eyes after a few hours. It got so bad that I would literally have to wear sunglasses or some from of glare protection to keep my eyes from hurting. I prefer to read the old fashion way which is holding a book and turning the pages. Itâs more comfortable for me though I canât speak for anyone else. Itâs hard to explain but I have a stronger bond with reading a book than getting that same information in another format. books have pages you can physically turn, artwork you can physically see and feel on the cover, and a finished product in the palm of your hands that the author poured their heart and soul into. Idk, books just feel authentic like youâre getting it from the main source instead of a web page you can only see but not feel. Now, if youâre talking about printing a pdf file and turning it into a book, then yes, it would be closer to the real thing. -Otto
It seems pretty simple. What's difficult is that some sites, like Amazon, will allow you to turn their PDFs, in order to show a finished product. But what about books that are still incomplete? Where are the pages you can see and feel? I've been wondering for a while now if someone could convert all the things Have tried, and find a way to translate them into a format I can read. I love the way it looked and felt on paper. What does it feel like to turn pages and see a finished project in the palm of your hand? What if I had the opportunity to create my own book? —Data (_Dakar_) October 3, 2015 There are a lot of things this writer can't do because digital technology is so much faster and easier. You can't read an old-fashioned book. You cannot read a paperback, even. You cannot.