Reading on Paper is Faster than iBooks on the iPad — The study found that reading on an electronic tablet was up to 10.7 percent slower than reading a printed book. Despite the slower reading times, Nielsen found that users preferred reading books on a tablet device compared to the paper book. The PC monitor, meanwhile, was universally hated as a reading platform among all test subjects.
A Klemm L 25 (appparently) on Mont Blanc, ca. 1930
New Electronic Fibre Heralds Smarter Textiles
Dan Choi and James Pietrangelo subpeona the President: ‘we were following your orders’ — Gay soldiers and DADT. (Via Year of the Word.)
Republicans Can't Name Marshall's Activist Rulings — But it's such a great label! And it gets the base all riled up! Who cares about those silly facts when ideology is at stake?
?otD: What question would you like to see here?
Writing time yesterday: 1 hour (finished a flash piece)
Body movement: 30 minute stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 7.25 (poorly)
This morning's weigh-in: 231.6
Yesterday's chemo stress index: 5/10 (fatigue, peripheral neuropathy)
Currently (re)reading: Ringworld by Larry Niven