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How to Hold a Book

How to Hold a Book

Many people may prefer traditional paper books other than eBooks on your PC or handheld device, as the readability on paper is usually higher than on-screen. However one trade-off for paper book is that you have to hold it open and read it. Jeremy Wagstaff, a WSJ columnist, expressed this specific design flaws and suggested couple of book holders that may help you on that:

* PageStay: great for cooks
* thumbthing: great for small paperbacks
* The Gimble and Reader Cushion: great name, great in the bath
* BookGem: Great for standing books up on flat surfaces
* easy-read Great for standing things up on non-flat surfaces

Thanks Isaac for the tips!

How to Hold a Book – [the LOOSE wire blog]

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Last Updated on September 22, 2019

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