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The way in which technology is used can actually have a profound influence on a reader, as it’s used in every aspect of our lives. Whether it be using email, texting, social media, or reading, the influence on our ability to read and to write is profound.
The idea behind the title is that reading and writing are both equally affected by technology, because they both have the ability to be read or written. It also implies that all writing and reading will be affected equally because technology is the same for both.
Yes, technology makes us read more and writes more, but it also makes us read and write less. Technology makes us read and write not only faster, but also smarter.
Technology, like any other aspect of our lives, isn’t just there to get us to read more or write more. If you read this far, I’d like to point out that I’m talking about reading and writing, not reading and writing more. Reading and writing are two different things, but they are equally affected by technology. For reading it’s not just about reading more, it’s about reading more “technologically”.
Technology has always been able to make us read more, but it has become more and more difficult as our ability to do so has improved. The idea of reading a book in your hands is one that continues to be a source of stress to many people. With the advent of ebook readers, smartphones, and other forms of mobile reading, it is becoming less and less possible for us to do this with the same ease we have always enjoyed.
The latest trend is to read a book on your phone or tablet. This can be done for a few reasons. First, it’s a great way to get a book that you really like to read on the go. Second, it’s a great way to read a book in a comfortable environment.
For example, I just finished the latest novel I’m reading on my phone titled “The Drowning.” I was reading on my phone in my car the entire time, which is also a great and convenient way to read.
I know this is all a bit of a stretch for most readers, because I don’t usually read via e-books or tablet reading. But when I was talking to the team over at Amazon about the future of reading on the go, they said they planned to release an app that would do this. If this is successful, the app would be available in the beginning of 2015. So I think it should be easy to actually start reading on your phone with the same ease you have always enjoyed.
My bet is that they will release a reader app. Like I said, I really like the idea of reading on the go. I also think the app could be a great way to read books by genre and find a new favourite author/author. If you can read a book and find it difficult to stop reading, you might well like it.
I think many of our readers have the same experience, but I think there is a special kind of reader that will appreciate the ease of using the phone to read. I’m not sure if we’ll see a reader app for the iPhone, but I think that this is the kind of app that will definitely change the way people use their phones.