On the value of 3-dimensionality when dealing with memory, retention, and retrieval.
Jeremy Dibbell at Philobiblos links to Laura Miller’s Salon review on using the iPad as a reader.
Nicholas Carr argues: the model of book reading (and hence book writing) the iPad promotes seems fated, in time, to become the dominant one. The book itself, in this model, becomes an app, a multihypermediated experience to click through rather than a simple sequence of pages to read through. And he cites John Makinson of… Continue reading Nicholas Carr on the iPad reader and eBook reader